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How To Export Ugu Leaves From Nigeria

Pumpkin leaves (Ugu leaves) whose botanical name is called Telfairia occidentalis, is a green vegetable plant that’s widely consumed in Nigeria and other parts of the world due to its health benefits.
The Ugu leaves is popularly used for cooking delicious soups, Yam porrige and extract from Ugu leave when mixed with milk, egg, malt drink and Tomatoes can be used for treating some medical conditions.

In recent time, the cultivation and sales of Ugu leaves in the country has become a big money spinning venture for some individuals who are constantly smiling to the bank.

Ugu Leaves Export From Nigeria

Apart from the high demand for Ugu leaves in Nigeria, there’s also a very high demand for it by Nigerians and other Africans residing in countries like United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Europe and Asia etc. For instant, fresh Ugu leave is sold for around N500 per kg in Nigeria while abroad it’s sold for around $10 per ½ kg.
Therefore, you can start this lucrative Ugu leave export business on a small scale if you want to really make some cool Dollars, Pounds and Euro right here in Nigeria.
To export Uge leaves, it’s advisable to buy at cheap rate from farmers, instead of buying at a higher cost from retailers in the market.
After buying the leaves, make sure the Ugu leaves are well cleaned and then packaged in 20 grams 50 grams, 100grams, 1 kg, 2 kg 5 kg packs for export abroad.
You can earn regular income in foreign currencies from the export of Fresh Ugu leaves Export in Nigeria, just imagine how much profit you stand to make in Dollars if you get a supply contract from a foreign buyer to export say one ton of Ugu leaves at the rate of $10 per 1/2kg.

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Capital Needed to Start Ugu Leave export


With at least N100, 000 you can make 40% profit exporting Ugu leaves in small packs via flight to clients in America, UK, Canada and Europe.


Steps to Start Ugu Leaves export


As a small scale exporter of Ugu leaves you don’t need to worry yourself about obtaining an export license from the Nigeria Export promotion council (NEPC) or register with the Nigeria Quarantine Service and you don’t even need to register a limited liability company with CAC.
All the registrations mentioned above are not necessary because you will only be dealing with individual Nigerians and other Africans abroad who need small quantities of this commodity.
But however, I will still advice you get the necessary government papers as you advance in export business because you might be lucky to get large export orders and you be required to tender this documents before you can export.
To fully tap into this lucrative small scale Ugu leaves export business you need more information and this I have packaged in a PDF export manual. The PDF export manual is a step by step practical guide that will teach you the following.


How to process and package Ugu leaves for export.


How to get buyers for Ugu leaves.

Ugu leaves Export business documentation required.

How To Obtain Export License from the Nigerian export promotion council (NEPC)

How To Register with the Nigerian Agricultural Quarantine Service (NAQS)


The best method to receive payment for commodities exported and other valuable export business information.

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NOTE: This PDF manual is meant for individuals who are serious about making money from Ugu leaves exportation business in Nigeria.
A To order a copy of How To Export Ugu Leaves From Nigeria, please pay the sum of N5,000 only to any Gtbank near you, Account Number: 001-030-8742
Account Name: Ojo Otaru
After making payment to the gtbank account above, please text your name, email address and the name of the manual you paid for to 08081632025. And immediately I get the bank alert for payment I will send the manual to your email inbox.
Remain Blessed.

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