This paper discusses achieving 2030 SDG-2 through improving the sanitary condition of foodstuffs marketed in Ika South and Ika North East Local Government Areas of Delta State. Two hundred and sixty respondents were used for the study. The survey design was used for this research, and a stratified random sampling technique was used to select 260 respondents comprising 70 men and 140 women who were in full-time business and 50 farmers. A questionnaire was used to elicit information from respondents. Four research questions were raised. The data were analyzed using mean and standard deviation. Seven causes of unsanitary conditions of foodstuffs marketed were identified. Six ways of improving the marketing of agricultural products were recognized, and eight ways of improving the sanitary conditions of foodstuffs marketed were suggested. Also, five benefits to be derived for improving the sanitary conditions of foodstuffs marketed to ensure food safety were listed.
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