Nelly Bassily | July 19, 2010
This week’s Farm Radio Weekly covers topics related to food processing and storage – pumpkin processing, growing and selling cocoa, and preserving grains in an innovative fridge. To complement these stories, the script of the week is a short interview which describes a method for preserving food. When perishable crops ripen, farmers may be left with a surplus. Making jams and sauces from fruit and vegetables can easily be done in most households. Nothing is wasted and the family can enjoy fruit and vegetable products for longer.
The script is available at the following address: http://farmradio.org/english/radio-scripts/66-4script_en.asp