24 hrs process of exporting Nigeria vegetable to foreign Countries

Nigeria vegetable comes in various types they include Amaranthus (Tete) , Tel Fairia, ( Ewedu), Corchorus olitorius ( Ugu) Others are, Ukazi, Ugba, Bitter leaf, etc. Almost all the vegetable in Nigeria can be produced for fresh market in 4-6 weeks after planting. It can be produced all the year round depending on the availability of water. Method of exporting Nigeria Vegetable: You can export it fresh or dry. To export dry, you will need to wash before you take it to the machine for drying. You can dry it in a temperature of 42 to 45 degree. After the drying you will sort the bad ones and make sure the one you are sending is free from foreign particles. If you are exporting it fresh just make sure you it is free from foreign particles and it is ready for export. The dry vegetable is good for the US and far east while the fresh vegetable is very good for the UK market About the dying machine: You can buy from Federal Institute of Industrial Research Oshodi (FIIRO) while you can get the locally fabricated machine from, the weathers it can cost about N300,000 to N500,000. If you don’t… Read More

Find 25 Hottest Non-Oil Profitable Export Products Made in Nigeria

Hundred millions of dollars are being made today in home-based export biz Nigeria earned a total of $730m (N143bn) from its non-oil exports in the fourth quarter of 2015. On the 28th January, 2016, the Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer of Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC) Mr. Olusegun Awolowo stated that the NEPC has put in place some plans to increase the country’s non-oil export revenue to $18billion by 2019. A lot of money change hands in non-oil export. Only very few Nigerians for now have penetrated the lucrative market of non-oil export and reaping cool big profit without stress. The KNOW-HOW of Non-Oil Export secrets had been covered up and seriously guided for sometime, but we have decided to reveal the top 25 most profitable non-oil product in Nigeria, these products are in high demand in the international markets Quick guide * assess your company’s export readiness *    build an export plan* research and select your target market* create an export marketing plan*determine the best methods of delivering your product or service to your target market*develop a sound financial plan; and *understand the legal aspects involved in international transactions A lot of Nigerians are operating a highly lucrative home based… Read More