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Foreign Buyers of Agro Products from Nigeria, Do You Need Contact Addresses?

One major difficulty exporters in Nigeria go through is getting foreign buyers abroad who will place order for their export commodities.
But it will surprise you to hear that just as you are here in Nigeria searching for foreign buyers, there are lots of buyers out there in the UK, USA, Canada and Germany who are also looking for ways to reach exporters in Nigeria that will supply them agricultural commodities like.
Garri, bitter leave, Yam, Fufu, fresh Kola nut, Bitter kola,Ogbono,Egusi,Crayfish,Shea butter,cassava chips, alligator pepper, elubo,Snail, Ugu, native black soap,Charcoal and ginger e.t.c.

Nigeria Export Promotion Council:Concerned over raw commodities export

THE Nigeria Export Promotion Council (NEPC) is unexcited that raw commodities are dominating the country’s non-oil exports. Its grouse is that few of the products have value addition.
At an interactive session with the media in Abuja, Nigeria Export Promotion Council Executive Director David Adelugba said there was the need to step-up the value chain, diversify from commodities and empower the SMEs.
Represented by the Director of Trade Information, Mr Aliyu Lawal, he said the country should in future focus on agro-allied industries and improvement of packing, packaging and labeling standards.
He listed a handful of challenges inhibiting optimal performance of the non-oil export sector, which includes inadequate funding, restricted access to export credit facilities, infrastructure deficiency, weak logistics to support supply chain and unrecorded export trade among others.

How To Start Yam Export Business in Nigeria

The recent removal of fuel subsidy by the federal government of Nigeria is a clear opportunity for people to start thinking of how to make money from the export of agricultural commodity like Yam and others from Nigeria to the UK and other countries.

Nigeria is the world largest producer of Yam and the commodity is cultivated for local consumption in almost every part of the country.