Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority (FAMA)
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The Federal Agricultural Marketing Authority (FAMA) is an agency under the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security (MAFS). Set up as a statutory body in 1965, FAMA is responsible in the supervision, coordination, regulation and improvement of the marketing of agricultural products, which include fruits and vegetables both for domestic and export markets.
In order to drive the domestic and international marketing sectors, FAMA plays a role in expanding the market size of agro-food products and increasing producer income. FAMA also plays a role in ensuring that agricultural and food industry products are available and obtainable at affordable prices for consumers.