Due to a combination of population growth, rising incomes, urbanization and international migration, African's food systems currently valued at US$313 billion a year is set to triple in the next 5 years. (World bank report 2013). World Bank also estimated that food production and processing in Africa will generate $1 trillion a year by 2030.
Africa holds almost 60 percent of the worlds uncultivated land which is suited for growing food crops, comprising 450 million hectares that are not forested, protected or densely populated.
Back home in Nigeria, According to the National Bureau of Statistics on the consumption pattern in showed that over Sixteen Trillion Naira (N16,000,000,000,000) was spent on food items and 75% of that amount going to ethnic foods items like Beans, Rice, Yam, salt, Sugar, tubers, onions, and spices in the year 2010 alone (NBS/HNLSS, 2010), with the increased in population his figure is set to double in the year 2016 even when Nigerian consumers are becoming more conscious about the food they eat
Afro foods and Spices Nigeria is set to leverage on this opportunity by taping into this booming and untapped markets of food commodities to eventually emerge as one of the major producers, processors and packagers of quality food commodities for the west African market and for export to countries around the world
Presently, we are specifically engaged in the production, processing and packaging of the highest quality food commodities that are pesticides and aflatoxin free. These products include but not limited to different species of cowpea beans ( that is regarded as the cheapest nutritious food available to the common Man), Brown Nigeria Beans (oloyin) Honey beans, Black Eye Beans, the Drum (olu) Beans, Peeled Beans, Beans flour, other products include, Rice, Vitamin A fortified granulated Sugar, refine iodized Salt, Yam flour, garlic, ginger, chilli pepper, etc at affordable prices for some segments of the society and for export