Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority has successfully concluded its activities at Liwa Date Festival with its stand recording good number of visitors including citizens, residents and visitors.
The ADFCA stand has become one of the attractive visitor's spot in the event given its varied kind of exhibits ranging from agricultural crops produced at research stations affiliated with ADFCA and the publicity materials disseminating knowledge on agricultural practices including that related with dates.
Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mubark, Minister of Culture & Knowledge Development toured ADFCA stand during his visit to the popular event and watched the agricultural crops on display. He praised ADFCA's contribution to the agricultural scene of Abu Dhabi in general and its active role in the event in particular. He also highlighted ADFCA's activities to preserve the date palm cultivation as an integral part of UAE culture and heritage in addition to various services and technologies introduced by the authority which were instrumental in increasing the quality of produce and the way farmers perform.
At the stand, visitors were able to understand the scope and work of ADFCA that covers important sectors such as food, agriculture and animal wealth with a focus on matters related to food safety. How ADFCA is contributing to the agricultural scene in the emirate through its policies, services, farmers support schemes and the advanced technologies it introduces were well disseminated through the activities of ADFCA stand.
By sharing latest information on the best agricultural practices and innovative ideas that best suit the local environment, ADFCA stand functioned in sync with the spirit of the event which annually inspires thousands who love agriculture especially the palm and dates products.