History of Palm Oil. From: The Cambridge World History of Food 2 volume boxed set Edited by Kenneth F. Kiple Bowling Green State University, Ohio Kriemhild Coneè Ornelas Published October 2000. The oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) is a native of West Africa. It flourishes in the humid tropics in groves of varying density, mainly in the coastal belt between 10 degrees north latitude and 10 degrees
The sex of the labour force in agriculture is made up of 50% males and 49.9% females. Approximately 65% of the total population depends on agriculture for their livelihoods and 43.8% of the economically active population is directly engaged in agriculture.
Examination of the nutritional deficiencies that affect Chronic Fatigue Sufferers: mineral, vitamin and fatty acid.