These wrinkled, marble-sized orbs are small,
tuberous rhizomes of a sedge grass
(cyperus esculentus lativum) that’s been
cultivated for millennia around the world. With a
flavor reminiscent of both coconut and almond,
they earn their name from a tiger-striped exterior.
They can be eaten freshly dug out of the ground,
or roasted, boiled, or juiced. We take care to
source for quality dry Tiger Nuts
Impurities: Maximum of 2%
Moisture: Maximum of 10%
Port: Apapa Lagos
MOQ: per client requirements
Price : Negotiable
Payment: 20 to 30% initial payment.
SBLC/LC/ Western Union.