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February 28, 2023

Insurance for Vehicle being hiked on March 1

By Zoila Palma Gonzalez: Earlier this year, the Organization of Insurance Companies of Belize Limited (ORINCO) issued an advisory informing that the premium on motor vehicle [...]
February 28, 2023

Brazilian agronomist Dr Abel Reboucas conducts second Soursop Workshop on Tuesday at CPBL in Pomona Valley for Stann Creek farmers

By Rubén Morales Iglesias: Brazilian agronomist Dr Abel Reboucas is on Tuesday conducting the second of four soursop workshops. Today, Dr Reboucas is at Citrus Products of [...]
February 27, 2023

Ministry of Agriculture officers to attend African Swine Fever Webinar on Tuesday

The webinar entitled Preparing for ASF Risk Communication for African Swine Fever is aimed at Ministries of Agriculture and Livestock, official veterinary services, private veterinarians associations [...]
February 27, 2023

Brazilian agronomist conducts Soursop Training for 90 Cayo District Farmers in Ministry of Agriculture effort to develop soursop industry

“The training comes through the Sustainable Development of Resilient Value Chains – Implementation of CARICOM COVID-19 Agri-food Recovery Plan” Project, signed back in October of 2020,” [...]
February 27, 2023

Ministry of Agriculture launches National Dairy Strategic Plan 2022-2026

The strategy highlights the priorities that need to be addressed to improve the dairy sector, by making it more productive, competitive, profitable, and sustainable.
February 26, 2023

Cost of living in January was over 6 percent higher than last year: Food and Fuel prices up the most

The SIB's Consumer Price Index data shows that the price summary for 2022 was at 105.4 but the 2023 summary stood at 112.4. The SIB attributed [...]
February 26, 2023

LPG prices go up two to three dollars on Monday

On Monday per the Supplies Control Unit (SCU) of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food Security and Enterprise, prices rise ten cents per gallon to $4.10 wholesale, [...]
February 25, 2023

Bananas and citrus hurting but exports up to start 2023

While total exports’ value rose by $4.4 million year over year, bananas fell markedly in the first month of the year, down by more than $3 [...]
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