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Switch from nshima

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STEVEN MVULA, Lusaka
ZAMBIANS should adjust to eating cheaper and more nutritious foods as opposed to relying on nshima, Vice-President Inonge Wina has advised.
Mrs Wina said foods such as millet, sweet potatoes, pumpkins and cassava have numerous health benefits.
“The gradual shift from predominantly maize-based meals is good for the nation as more nutritious foods will have space at our tables,” Mrs Wina said in a statement issued yesterday by the Permanent Secretary in her office, Stephen Mwansa. CLICK TO READ MORE

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