from $380 per Metric Ton
Unique shapes mean unparalleled performance. Our barbecue grill charcoals have distinctive appearances because they are 100% pure wood...
without impurities and they have never pressed like or mixed with subpar synthetic briquettes. This means that they’re more reactive to oxygen changes, giving you fast ignition and greater temperature control.
from $2700 - $3700 per Metric Ton
Our cocoa beans come in vibrant and clean hues and each pods' taste could range from rich toasted biscuit and raisin aroma that starts the mouth watering.
The chocolate flavour is full and deep with a melange of sun warmed cherry and a vibrancy of crisp orange citrus. The overall profile is round, full and comes across as a noticeable but not bracing acidity balanced by a little cashew nuttiness and just a hint of wine like tannic notes.
from $4500 per Ton
Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) belongs to the family Malvacea. It is an annual herb cultivated for its leaves, stem, seed and calyces. The crop is native to India but was introduced to other parts of the world such as Central America, West Indies and Africa...
Hibiscus is popularly called Zobo in Nigeria, in west Africa, Nigerian hibiscus is found mainly in northern part of the country, Kano State is ranked among the highest in Hibiscus flower Cultivation and production the Nigerian hibiscus punch is made from an infusion of dried hibiscus calyxes which form at the base of flowers as they mature, this red calyxes are frequently used as a natural food coloring also make a delicious herbal punch which can be taken hot or cold.
from $800 - $1200 per Metric Ton
The Cashew tree (Anacardium Occidentale) is a tropical evergreen native to the Americas now widely cultivated in Asia and Africa.
Grown on cashew trees and thrive in tropical climates. The nuts are collected dried, shelled, peeled, grated and roasted. Cashew in its natural form is a soft, white, meaty kernel contained within the hard shells of kidney-shaped. Cashew is consumed all over the world as a snack or used as a food ingredient. Every year, the world eats more than 600,000 metric tons of cashews. And fortunately, it’s a very healthy food.
from $6,82 per KG
Cashew kernels are obtained after processing the raw cashew, they are divided into different grades depending on the form and size and grade specifications as followed by the Cashew Export Promotion Council of Nigeria.
Cashew nuts are known for their many benefits which include prevention of blood disease, protection of the eye, good for skin, weight loss, and source of dietary fibres, healthy and shiny hair.
from $3000 - 3500 per Metric Ton
Gum Arabic/ Acacia gum is the dried exudation (sap from a tree trunk) obtained primarily from Acacia Senegal (L.), Willdenow var. Senegal (known as ‘gum arabic’, ‘hashab’ or ‘kordofan’) and Acacia Seyal (common name: ‘gum talha’).
Commercially, Acacia Senegal and Acacia Seyal are the two most important sources of acacia gum for Europe. The tree sources of acacia gum grow in the gum belt of Africa, which stretches from Senegal in the west to Somalia in the east. Acacia gum from Acacia Senegal is a pale to orange-brown coloured solid, which breaks with a glassy fracture, for this reason, it is also known as hard gum, whereas Acacia Seyal is known as flaky gum.
from $2800 per Metric Ton
Shea butter is ivory in colour when raw and melts at body temperature when applied on, it is widely used in cosmetics as moisturizer and has a large healing fraction, containing vitamin A, E and F.
It offers UV protection and provides the skin with essential fatty acids and the nutrients necessary for collagen production, in addition to moisturizing fraction, regular use of this natural cream can treat many skin problems, including blemishes, wrinkles, itching, sunburns, small skin wounds, eczema, skin allergies, insect bites, frost bite, and other skin conditions, stretch marks and hair treatment.