Nigeria: Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards Export Certificate Report

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   NI2021-0011

This report highlights all major certificates and permits required by the Government of Nigeria (GON) for exporting food and agricultural products from the United States to Nigeria. It also complements The FAIRS – Annual Country Report for Nigeria (2021). Post recommends that prospective exporters read both reports for a better understanding of Nigeria’s food and agricultural standards and requirements for export certifications and permits.

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