Cassava 1kg

$5

Cassava, introduced in Uganda between 1862 and 1875, is currently one of the most important staple food crops in the country. Approximately 3.5 million tonnes have been produced from c. 0.4 million ha of land. The crop is grown in mixtures of legumes and cereals in small plots of land. It is a root tuber and a drought- tolerant staple food crop grown in tropical and subtropical areas. It can either be eaten by boiling or fried for a snack and processed to make cassava flour.

Cassava roots are a good of source of energy while the leaves provide protein, vitamins, and minerals.

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A product of Uganda.