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How to be Part of the Nigeria’s Lucrative Multi-Million Naira Foodstuff Export Market.

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There are over 400 Nigerian African foodstuffs supermarket and Grocery store all over Europe including U.S, waiting for you to become their supplier monthly and make well over 100% in return from local foodstuff export market.

Now look at it this way; Nigerians trip out of the country in search of greener pastures. Ask yourself won’t they eat?
Or are they going to eat “Oyinbo” food for as long as they want to spend there? The answer is NO!

So, obviously they are serously in need of Nigerian food. That’s why you need sell to them. The opportunity in export business is massive. Not only for those already in the export business, but even for the new comers. In this article,
you will discover: how to earn as little as #400,000 and above monthly.

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Contrary to what you think, you wont need to do Company Registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission. You won’t need to register with the Nigeria Export Promotion Council (NEPC).  No NAFDAC approval as a beginner at least the first 2 month.

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Yea, that’s the simple truth. All the above is applicable to only small scale contracts which is the core purpose for this article. You will be connected with the freight forwarders who will help you send the goods if you learn from the source.

Some of the major products you can start supply:
Yam Tubers,Elubo,White Gari,Yellow Gari,
Semovita,White Beans,Red Beans Oloyin,
Indomie Noodles,Ogbono,Egusi,Cray Fish,
Smoked Fish, Stocked Fish (Panla),
Dawa Cudes,Palm Oil,Ofada Rice,
Chilie Pepper,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 , e.t.c…
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 Coconut processing,Pepper,Tomato paste,
Hibiscus flower, Yoghurt,Pap (Ogi), Ukazi leaf and the rest.

Now how can you start export business on a small scale and grow it into a small business? You will discover this and more at the Nigeria Export Workshop (N.E.W) taking place in Lagos. Seasoned exporters and stakeholders would be on ground to train you on how to get started with what you have.

To participate in this Workshop, visit the Nigeria Export Workshop page here or at

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