Limult Cocoa Yam Processing Factory

Colocasia esculenta popularly known as cocoyam is a tropical, perennial crop. It is a starchy tuber crop with three parts namely; corm, stem and leaves, which is grown basically for edible root. It can also be grown as an ornamental plant for the beautification of the environment as well as a medicinal plant.

Cocoyam has its origin from Asia or Southeast Asia as some researchers have found out and it is a known staple crop in most developing countries of Africa. It can also be found in India, USA, Japan as well as Singapore.

Cocoyam can be processed into more stable food so that shelf-life can be extended and to process it into more consumable forms. These include poi (fresh or fermented paste), cocoyam flour, cereal base, chips, sun-dried slices, grits, and drum-dried flakes. Cocoyam can be used industrially in making syrups which can be used in jams, jellies, and soft drinks. Proper processing method to stabilizing corms and cocoyam flours could resolve the problem of food security in cocoyam producing areas. As a result of various potentials of cocoyam, this crop can ameliorate the problems of food insecurity in most developing countries. The industrial application will also help in boosting the economy of most countries. Modern technology can be used in processing cocoyam to meet the international standards, hence facilitate exportation of some of cocoyam products.

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Limult Sweet Potato Processing Factory

Sweet potato is a major root crop utilized widely for diverse food applications. Processing enables the usability of sweet potato in various forms for longer durations. Post-harvest processing of sweet potato involves grading and sorting, cleaning, peeling, drying or secondary processing and storage. Commercial utility of sweet potato is comprised of conventional and composite ingredient-based foods, starch, and industrial products. 

Many parts of the sweet potato plant are edible, including the root, leaves, and shoots.

Sweetpotato vines also provide the basis for a high-protein animal feed.

Sweetpotato use has diversified considerably over the last four decades. With high starch content, it is well suited to processing and has become an important source of raw material for starch and starch-derived industrial products.

Added value for farmers comes from a variety of products and ingredients made from sweetpotato root including flour, dried chips, juice, bread, noodles, candy, and pectin.

New products include liquors and a growing interest in the use of the anthocyanin pigments in the purple varieties for food colorings and use in the cosmetics industry.

Processing and Utilization

Sweet potato roots and other plant parts are used as human food, animal feed, and processing industry. For industrial processing, starch, sugars, and natural colorants are the major inter-mediate products that can be used in both food and non food processing industry. Sweet potato varieties with high levels of dry matter (35–41%), total starch (25–27%), and extractable starch (20–23%) are available for starch processing. There are many small and medium factories. The process for manufacturing sweet potato starch is basically similar to the starch extraction from other sources. The roots are ground in limewater (pH 8.6–9.2) to prevent browning due to polyphenol oxidase, to dissolve pigments, and to flocculate the impurities. The extracted starch is separated from the pulp by thoroughly washing over a series of screens, bleaching with sodium hypochlorite, and then settling by gravity or centrifugation. In small‐scale establishments, starch is stored wet in concrete tanks or sun‐dried to a moisture con-tent of about 12%, pulverized and screened. Centrifugation and mechanical drying, such as flash dryer, are commonly used for medium‐scale factories. Sweet potato starch is used in the production of traditional noodles, vermicelli, thickening agents, or converted into sugar syrups, which are used in many processed food products. The sweet potato starch and sugars are also utilized in the production of fuel alcohol, monosodium glutamate, microbial enzymes, citric acid, lactic acid, and other chemicals.

Limult Plantain Plantation

Plantain farming is undoubtedly one of the most profitable agri-business ventures. Most young entrepreneurs lack the knowledge required to set up a plantain plantation, missing out on the profitability of this business.

Plantain is one of the most common staple foods mostly grown in the tropical regions of Nigeria and West Africa.

In Nigeria, plantain is a special delicacy prepared by frying, boiling, steaming or made into plantain chips. Recently, plantain has been processed into flour which is gradually substituting the use of wheat flour due to its superior nutritional value. Plantain flour is also exported from Nigeria to other countries of the world.


The first step in starting a plantain farm is acquiring a farmland. To be successful in this business any farmland you select should have the right type of soil and located in an area with favorable weather condition for the growth of plantain.

Plantain plants do best in loamy soil, the soil should contain enough organic matter with moderate moisture content. In Nigeria the areas with the highest number of plantain plantation include: Edo, Delta, Cross river, Ekiti, Ogun, and other states in the tropics.

If the land you intend to use for your plantain farm is not rich enough with the right kind of soil, you have an option to develop the land before use. Applying organic manure like chicken manure, cow manure, etc. would improve the fertility of the soil.

While selecting a land to set up your plantain plantation watch out for a land with thick vegetation. Thick vegetation is an indication that a land contains the right soil that is rich enough for the growth of plantain.

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Limult Maize processing Factory

Maize Flour Business Opportunity in Africa

Maize flour and grits milling business presents great business opportunities to entrepreneurs all over the world. It is largely consumed in countries like the United States, then in China, Brazil, and many African countries. With the growing population and more demand for the food, maize flour and grits milling business has a great scope in urban and rural areas. If you are interested in taking full benefit of maize processing industry then you can start your own business with any of these two approaches:

  • The first is to start a flour mill business in which people will bring their grains and you will provide them flour.
  • The second is to set up a maize processing plant where you will buy maize at cheap price and convert it into maize flour and grits, and then sell it in the market.

Africa is the second-largest continent in the world and also has a large population. Maize flour is consumed as a staple food in many African countries (Uganda, Malawi, Kenya, Nigeria, etc.) due to which it has a high demand in Africa. Corn grit is also used in the production of processed foods, cereals, snacks, beverages, bakery blends, bread, etc. because of the large consumption of maize flour and grit, their government has also announced to offer loans to maize crop growers so that they can promote its production.

If you are planning to invest in this business in Africa or any other country then make sure that you first design a proper business plan including suitable strategies so that you do not face any failure in it. Maize flour milling machines will also play their role in determining the success of this business. So, make sure you know what makes a maize flour milling machine worth buying and what you should avoid in it.

Maize flour is also used to make traditional food in many African countries due to which it sells there a lot. All these facts prove that starting this business in Africa can bring lots of success to anyone who invests in this business the right way. Demand for maize flour and grit is expected to rise by many folds in the coming years due to which this business has become a great chance for entrepreneurs to invest in it today and earn a lot of revenue tomorrow.

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Limult Coconut

The Tree of Life

The coconut has got to be the most versatile fruit used. Grown on the Palm Tree, every part of the coconut and the tree has virtually got a use and has been used by different countries in different ways. Known as “The Tree of Life” in The Philippines and “The tree of a 1,000 uses” in the Malaya language, coconuts have a history of important uses worldwide.

The coconut is of significant economic importance to top producers.

Here is a selection of the many uses of this exotic fruit tree.

Attempting to list every single use would be impossible however we can give you a taste of just how amazing and functional coconut is

The Coconut Tree

  • The Roots – were used to make dyes, used as a toothbrush, mouthwash, and has medicinal value.
  • Coconut Leaves – were used in The Maldives as a roofing material for houses, and are used to wrap rice, for cooking, and for storage in The Philippines.
  • They have been used to make toys in India, and they are used to make brooms and burnt to ash to make lime.
  • Toothpicks and satay skewers have also been made out of the ribs on the leaves.
  • Coconut Tree Trunk – used as timber to make houses and boats, in bridge building, furniture, drums, and canoes.

Coconut Water

Commonly drunk in the humid tropics, coconuts all produce water. The younger the fruit, the more water it has.

  • A good source of sugar, fibre, antioxidants, proteins, vitamins and minerals makes it a popular sports drink providing energy, hydration, and endurance.
  • It helps restore any electrolyte imbalances caused by diarrhea, vomiting and after exercising.
  • Emergency infusions may be done with coconut water due to its ability to mix with blood.
  • It has antiseptic, antibacterial, anti-fungal, and anti-viral properties.
  • It is used to replace lost fluids in cases of influenza, typhoid, malaria, and dissolves kidney stones.

Coconut Oil

With medicinal, nutritional and topical uses and benefits, there are in excess of 100 reasons to have coconut oil in some form in the home. Here is a selection of them. Here we go!

Topical Uses of Coconut Oil

  • Natural skin softener and moisturizer.
  • Reduces fine lines, puffiness and dark circles under the eyes
  • Prevents skin infections.
  • Anti-Wrinkle.
  • Soothes Sunburn and treats blisters and burns.
  • Removes makeup.
  • Improves skin tone, elasticity, and age spots.
  • Heals itchy skin and stops burning from insect bites including snake bites.
  • Lessens varicose vein occurrences.
  • Removes head lice.
  • Conditions the hair, prevents split-ends and treats dry flaky scalp including dandruff.
  • Heals nail fungal conditions.

Medicinal Uses of Coconut Oil

  • Eases acid reflux and gives relief in gallbladder disease.
  • Stabilizes blood sugar levels and insulin production.
  • Kills viruses such as flu and infectious diseases.
  • Protects against cancers in the colon, breasts, and digestive tract.
  • Protects against intestinal disorders.
  • Reduces pain and inflammatory conditions such as arthritis.
  • Strengthens the liver.
  • Relieves symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
  • Soothes earaches when combined with olive oil and garlic.
  • Protects against Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Improves calcium and magnesium absorption, promoting strong bones.
  • Helps stabilize female hormones and prevents hot flushes and vaginal dryness during menopause.

Limult Group supply Good Coconut for production of oil and other refine products. Feel free to visit our store at to see more products that we make available for the people. For further inquiries, call us on +2347052446249.