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The Ukrainian company is increasing its supply of fruits to Nigeria

The Ukrainian company USPA Fruit is aimed at expanding its presence in Nigeria. In 2019, the USPA actively began supplying fruit to the African market. The company’s products are now exported to 12 African countries, accounting for about 14% of the company’s total supplies, according to EastFruit reports, citing the company’s message.

“The main products for which shipments are expected to increase in Nigeria are the entire USPA product range, as well as natural baby food,” the company said.

USPA Fruit’s main priority in the African market is Nigeria, with a population of 213 million people; one of the main figures is the volume of food imports, amounting to more than $7 billion per year.

“USPA is already present in Nigeria in Abuja, Lagos, and Oshogbo, where you can easily order the company’s products from the catalog. The quality of USPA products is always at the highest level, and we will now actively meet the needs of our customers in Nigeria at a high level,” the statement said.

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Let us remind you that the USPA Fruit company unites Ukrainian apple producers to scale supply volumes. The company controls quality and accumulates products from various manufacturers. USPA Fruit acts as a link between customers from around the world and Ukrainian apple producers to maintain long-term supply stability.


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