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PLANTAIN FLOUR PRODUCTION AND PROCESSING IN NIGERIA.

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PLANTAIN FLOUR PRODUCTION AND PROCESSING IN NIGERIA.

Plantain flour apart from been used as a substitute for Garri especially for diabetic patients , also serve as a raw material used in the production of cakes, puff-puff, biscuit ,bread and pan cakes.

The various which the product the product can be put to coupled with the nutrition and medicinal effects of plantain, makes plantain a high soughed after product. Plantain flour is a cheap source of iron, protein and vitamin A and the product can be marketed through market women, food canteens, hotels and supermarkets.

The major raw material required for production is the unripe plantain pulp which can be sourced mainly from the southern part of the country due to the climatic condition of the area. Some of the plantain producing states in Nigeria includes Delta, Edo, Anambra, Abia, Akwa –Ibom ,Enugu, Ebonyi, Benue,Rivers, Cross River, Bayelsa, Lagos, Oyo, Ogun, Ondo, Ekiti and Osun state with Cross River state accounting for the bulk of the production in Nigeria.

Some of the machinery and equipment required for plantain flour production includes peelers, dryers ,plate mill, siever, packaging machine, weighing scales, wheel barrows, knives and the production process involves the procurement of fresh green {unripe} plantain pulp, sorting/cleaning of the pulp, peeling and storage of the pulp in water tanks to prevent enzymic growth. Slicing of the pulp follows after which it is dried and milled. Sieving of the milled pulp is the next process followed by the packaging of the product, ready for the market.

The product would be packaged in plastic bags of different sizes targeting different segments of the market.

To sell plantain flour in Nigeria or even export the product abroad, the investor would have to register with the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration Control {NAFDAC} in Nigeria and at such the promoters would have to ensure that the production meets good quality standard by ensuring stringent and hygienic condition prevail at the production plant.

The promoters would also have to register with the Nigerian Export Promotion Council {NEPC} if the product is to be exported.

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