REPORT ON NATIONAL SURVEY OF EXPORTABLE AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES IN NIGERIA

Year published: 15/11/2013

The Exportable crop survey is a collaborative effort of the following agencies namely: National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Federal Ministry of Agriculture & Rural Development (FMA&RD) and Federal Ministry of Trade and Investment (FMT&I).

 

The eighth and ninth editions were combined due to funding challenge faced by the Technical Committee of the Consultative Committee on Agricultural Export Commodity Statistics (CCAECS). 

 

It is an effort geared towards making data available on these supposedly exportable crops for policy makers, researchers and investors. The survey is household-based.

 

 

The survey covered the following fourteen crops: Cashew, Cocoa, Coffee, Cotton, Garlic, Ginger, Gum Arabic, Kola nut, Oil Palm, Rubber, Sesame seed (Beni seed), Sheanut, Sugarcane and Tea.