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|Curry by Udiboy(f): 9:31pm On Mar 07, 2016|
|Re: Curry by Pavore9: 6:01am On Mar 08, 2016|
I do not know about Alibaba but l do know that packaging of spices into smaller packs of 50g and 100g is lucrative because am always drawn to the spice section when l drop by at the supermarket. From black pepper (uziza), cinnamon, turmeric, coriander to many others.
|Re: Curry by Udiboy(f): 5:30pm On Mar 08, 2016|
Thank you pavore. Where are you located? You seem to know spices well. You must like spicy food.
|Re: Curry by Pavore9: 7:05pm On Mar 08, 2016|
I am based in Nairobi and must confess Kenyan businesses are good in packaging spices. I was shocked to see uziza seeds packaged in 50g packs for an equivalent of N160. Indian-Kenyans own most of the spice businesses as Indians themselves are spiced-meals loving people.
|Re: Curry by Udiboy(f): 3:53pm On Mar 09, 2016|
Yes Indians and Pakistanis are master of spices especially garlic and ginger.
How is Kenya? Do you like reside there?
That's strange. Nigerians are all over the globe. Wetin carry you go Kenya?
|Re: Curry by Pavore9: 6:55pm On Mar 09, 2016|
Kenya happens to be the regional hub for many Multinationals/NGOs/Foundations and that attracts many nationals. Outside the numbers of Nigerians working in these organizations there are whole lot into business. I will always prefer Nairobi to Lagos where l grew up as it provides so much ease for me it terms of travelling and my love for agriculture.
|Re: Curry by Udiboy(f): 7:08pm On Mar 09, 2016|
Yea, that's right.
I wish you you goodluck in your hustle. I will be checking ur blog in a bit. I can see that in your signature.
Are you into any agro business now?
I love agriculture but unfortunately I am not on ground to be as experimental as I would have loved to.
|Re: Curry by Pavore9: 8:09pm On Mar 09, 2016|
I am not personally into any but work with organizations that work with several aspects of Agriculture, so l get to work with an extensive directory of agro ventures. Working on getting some young Kenyan farmers to grow Egusi. Kenyans don't know what Ugu is but because they are good in exporting horticultural products some have keyed into growing ugu, which its seeds were procured from Nigeria and export to Europe alongside spices.
Spice business is a very huge one, this article should motivate you.
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