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21st  Strategies food Export Resource Information

Discover how to be part of the  Nigeria’s lucrative Multibillion naira foodstuff market with over 40 exportable Foodstuffs you can  export to Foreign Countries

The Demand for African foodstuff in Europe and America is rising due to the  increasing number of Africans, particularly Nigerians who sojourn to these Countries for better life. Do you know that even veteran exporters of Nigerian commodities are yet to access the secrets that I am about to reveal to you.There are many small exporters of foodstuff in the sub-region who depend on middlemen to export foodstuff in small quantities and sell them directly to consumers or retailers running ethnic shops in the United States of American or Europe. The volume of Nigerian export of foodstuff to these countries is still on a very small scale.

Tap into the potential of foodstuff export

 It is estimated that 20 million people of Nigerian descent reside outside Nigeria, with the majority living in the United Kingdom and the United States. This is a great opportunity to sell to this category of people. My research in this business sector  revealed that the few exporters of African foodstuff cannot met with the demand of Nigerians which populations are increasing everyday in US and UK.

Here are the foodstuffs that you can export to foreign Countries

Smoked fish, Gari, Beans Flour, Melon seed (Egusi Ground), Ogbono,Cassava Flour, Bitterleaf, Dried Ugu leaf:, Palmwine, Butter production. Coconut processing,Pepper,Tomato paste, Hibiscus flower, Yoghurt,Pap (Ogi), Ukazi leaf


Others are,


Hot Chilli Pepper – Ground, Kolanut, Potato, Semolina, Ginger beer, Kilishi, Soybean, Groundnut, Okra, Cassava, Yam, Honey, Snail, Bitter Kola, Ofada rice, Catfish, Shrimps, Pounded Yam Flour, Poultry, Fruit juice, Cashew, Plantain Flour, Palm Oil


What you need to start

 Company registration is not important, you will need about N100,000 to N150,000 to start this business, an e-mail, a mobile phone and an account with a reputable bank here in Nigeria, You don’t need previous experience in the field but you should have a “GOOD HEAD” for organizing. You don’t need to register with the Nigeria export promotion Council (NEPC) since you will be dealing with individual.

Product Sourcing

 Every exporter is strongly advised for their best financial interest to select foodstuffs which they intend to export based on accessibility and availability

Tap into the Local Market

As a new entrants you have a choice of targeting the local or foreign market,  you can package any of these products in 1kg or 2kg bags with the population of over 150 million Nigerians you will definitely make a lot of money this will prepare you for the international market.

Opportunity for small investors

As a small investor you can send this product through the NIPOST, or send it by air, NIPOST have a ready a made cartons you can send up to 30kg which is up to N40,593.00. Perishable products are no allowed through the NIPOST because  it takes up to five to seven working days before the products get to the UK and US receptively. But you can send perishable items by air because it takes only 8hours to get there. It is important that you send the foodstuff  to an individual because if you use a company address you may need to answer a lot of questions.

Prepare a massive mail campaign

To every prospective buyer, write a letter introducing your companies, telling them that you have the named goods they want to buy  that it meets their quality specification, that you will package according to their requirements and don’t fail to quote the selling price and Payment terms acceptable.

How new entrants can get buyers

You can get buyers by advertising your product on line, you can have a websites where you will display your product. Make use of social site like facebook.you can also register with some trade sites like Alibaba, ,tradekey and so on. You can advertise your product as a free member. It will also give you a privilege to chart with foodstuff buyers abroad.

 How to identify genuine buyers

 You will receive mails from intending new buyers but you will need to ask them some relevance questions like their Company registration details, phone numbers, and office address, ask them if they have an office or a relative here in Nigeria that you can deal with, you will also need to ask them to give you the list of their customers here in Nigeria, this will allow you to know how genuine and reputable they are in the foodstuff importation industry .However you need to agree on a particular payment pattern.


How to deal with responses

 A lot of response will be coming from some Nigerians and Africans that operates African shops in foreign Counties, because some of them are looking for people like you to buy from, you may need to send free samples to some of them, while you make them chose the right packaging pattern for the product you are sending.

Opportunity for Nigerians who have friends and relatives in US and UK

 You can send the foodstuff to friends and relatives in US and UK, they will help you sell the foodstuff and pay the money into your account in Nigeria. You don’t need to go through the rigorous of cross checking who is genuine or not, they know the terrain and they will help you sell directly to African foodstuff importers over there.


 Small Businesses in Nigeria can now have easy NAFDAC Registration-by Joining- Association of Micro-Entrepreneurs of Nigeria (AMEN)

A lot of Nigeria small business who hitherto want to start producing foods, herbal and household product with small capital find it very difficult to start they often have the problem of getting equipment and factory site and getting the NAFDAC approval. Association of Micro-Entrepreneurs of Nigeria (AMEN) has come to solve this problem by providing adequate facilities and logistics support to members, all you need to do is to join the association  and make use of their free factory site which will allow you to get the NAFDAC numbers. You can package any of these products into Bottles or Small Nylon bag of 1kg and 2kg, you can penetrate the local market and Sell to busy office executives, professionals, high-net worth individual, and supermarkets. The NAFDAC number on your product will give your food product more credibility in African foodstuff market in US and UK



Learn the amazing money making secrets all the Successful foodstuff Exporters use to earn millions of naira every year

Nigeria foodstuff  Export Market has been neglected for long. Now is the time to take advantage of this opportunity to make from 100% to 500%  exporting various foodstuffs


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