Nigeria is known for its tropical climate. However, our unique geographic location allows the different regions of our country to have wide climatic variations which allows us to grow a wide variety of crops. Here’s a comprehensive but not exhaustive list of crops grown in Nigeria. We supply the following: –
Okro, Garri, Jatropha plant, Pepper-fresh/frozen, Habanero
Pepper, Black Pepper, Pepper-bulb(tatase), Chilli Pepper, Cayenne Pepper, Plum Tomatoes, Yam, Cocoyam, Cucumber, Carrot, Spinach, Garden Egg, Garlic, Ginger Tuber.
Plantain, Avocado, Melon, Orange Mango, Pineapple; Palm Fruit;
Bitter Kola; Kola Nuts, Peanuts, Groundnuts; Cashew nuts in and without shell.
Ogbono; Mango Seeds, Bean; Locust Brown Beans; White Beans; Ground Beans; Jatropha Seeds; Ehu
Leaves, Flowers & Honey
Vegetable-Ugwu; Water Leaves; Bitter Leaves; Utazi Leaves; Ewedu Leaves; Tete Leaves; Scent Leaves; Pumpkin / Ugu Leaves; Cassava Leaves; Moi Moi Leaves; Periwinkle.
Fats & Oils
Jatropha Oil; Palm Oil; Neem Oil; Vegetable Oil; Shea Butter; Cocoa Butter
Cereals, Beverages, Spices, flavoring, spices and other food stuffs.
Plain Flour; Plantain Flour; Yam Flour; Fufu Flour; Bean Flour; Rice Flour; Poundo Yam; Ogi; Fufu; Pepper-ground; Pepper Spice; Black Pepper; Ofada; Rice; Rice; Salt; Maggi; Thyme;Curry; Nutmeg; Tumeric; Ginger Powder; Ogiri; Uha; Tea; Cocoa Powder
Meat & Fish
Snail; Dried Prawns; Dry Fish; Cray Fish; Smoked Fish; Shawa; Stock Fish; Beef; Meat