Food market Nigeria People have various concerns when traveling out of the country with Nigerian foods. – Strong smell ; take care of that by wrapping the food item in old newspaper, putting in a ziploc bag and dropping coffee in the ziploc to absorb the smell. – shelf life , some types of the same kinds of foods have longer shelf lives than the others (eg – egusi,beans…), its good to know the type to buy especially if you are looking to store them for a while. – freshness, a lot of times,the market you buy from determines quality and freshness of the foods you get . Also try get the food items when you are just about ready to travel to guarantee freshness.
– Available space, if you are traveling with a lot of stuff and dont have so much space for food,pack them in nylons have them sealed and flattened (as seen in the picture), this way ,they occupy less space. Feel free to share your own tips…. If you are traveling out of Nigeria and need quality Nigerian foods to go with, themarketfoodshop.com [check in store) has you covered – shop here for Nigerian foods you wish to travel with . Here’s a checklist to help with putting your list together – Locust beans – oloyin Beans – Cameroon pepper – Dry pepper – Peppersoup seasoning – Dried ponmo – dried bitter leaf – Dried scent leaf – Stock fish – pure cocoa butter – red crayfish – smoked catfish – ogbono – cold pressed coconut oil – pure honey – pure sheabutter – soya bean powder – zobo leaves – dry ijebu gari – egusi – kilishi – Ogi powder – bean flour -dry Ugwu leaves – dry bitter leaves – dry ewedu leaves – dry scent leaves – bonga (shawa) fish – peeled beans – cocoyam powder – native chalk (izu) – elubo (yam flour) – eja osan – suya spice – plantain flour For more enquiries or purchase , call/whatsapp/DM themarketfoodshop – +234-817-204-4701