TRADE AND INVEST IN THE NIGERIA CASHEW SECTOR SESSION

The Nigeria Agribusiness Register in collaboration with World Cashew Convention and Exhibition cordially invites you to a special presentation session: TRADE AND INVEST IN THE NIGERIA CASHEW SECTOR on: Friday, 14th February, 2020. Venue: Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire [interactive_banner_2] [wpforms id=”5463″ title=”false” description=”false”]

Steps to Successful Rice Production

IRRI breeds and introduces advanced rice varieties that yield more grain and better withstand pests and disease as
well as flooding, drought, and other harmful effects of climate change. The Institute develops new and improved
methods and technologies that enable farmers to manage their farms profitably and sustainably.

Agra Innovate 2018 Report on Maize

One of the primary food staples, maize’s consumption is widespread across the country and among households of different wealth, majority of Nigeria’s smallholders (about 10-15 million farmers) cultivate maize with the crop forming a key source of livelihood for these farmers.

Analysis of the Cashew Value Chain in Nigeria

The study is based on field work by a mission consisting of 3 international experts during October/November 2010 that analysed Cashew production in Kogi, Kwara and Oyo states in Nigeria. The report contains the conclusions of the analysis and observations how the productivity of smallholder Cashew production can be raised and the market potential be used better.

Nigeria’s Rice Farmers Enjoy Growth Amid Economic Crisis

The country has vast amounts of arable land but produces little of what its more than 180m people eat. Rice can be grown across the country, yet groceries and markets nationwide stock produce from Thailand and China.

Model Business Plan for Shea Nut Processing-to-Butter

Standard operational manual and business plan for the establishment of medium size Shea butter processing factory in Nigeria.

Nigeria’s Shea Nut Potential

“Nigeria stands a better chance of improving its economy through the processing and sale of Shea butter.”

Making Nigeria a global player in Shea nut Industry

With 16 producing states, Nigeria has the capacity to produce 325,000 metric tonnes of Shea nut yearly. With that it can grab a huge chunk of the global market worth about $10 billion.

Industry Overview by Global Shea Alliance

Nearly 2 billion Shea trees grow naturally on parklands in 21 African countries stretching from Senegal to South Sudan. 16,000,000 women living in rural communities individually collect the fresh fruits and the kernel is processed to extract a healthy vegetable oil known as “Shea butter.”

Shea butter Technical Data Sheet

Technical Data Sheet

Value Chain Reports