4Apples Industrial Limited

Our Products


Groundnuts (Java), a staple food for many developing countries, are High-quality Groundnut locally sourced in Nigeria and has been in high demand due to its uniqueness of high oil, fiber, and protein content.

Raw Cashew Nuts

Nigeria cashew nuts are used for cooking, making sweets, chocolates etc. Phosphorus, protein, dietary fibre and magnesium are some of the nutrients and minerals available in these nuts.

Hibiscus flower

Hibiscus flower is grown in the northern part of Nigeria by farmers, and it is usually harvested from late November to December.  As the flowers fall off, the bright red calyces swell. These are harvested by hand, dried, and sold whole into the herbal tea and beverage industry.

Dry Split Ginger

Nigeria is the third-largest exporter of ginger in the world, having a comparative advantage over China and India. Ginger is a commodity that is highly valued in international markets…

Soya Beans

Nigeria is the largest producer of soybean in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), followed by South Africa. Low yields and a shortage of fertilizer constrain the ability of some countries to increase…

African Bird's Eye

African Bird’s Eye is a small chile, growing to only about 1 inch, but they pack a lot of punch. These small, tapered red chillies are extremely pungent and very, very hot!

Sesame seeds

We supply Natural White Sesame Seed of Nigerian Origin of good quality at competitive prices. We also can pack in buyers custom required packaging and deliver all shipments promptly as contracted.


Coconut products are a staple in Nigeria, with over 60 million coconut trees growing across the country. These trees produce an abundance of coco fibers, coco peats, and coco chips that are perfect for use in a variety of industries.

Coco Chips

Coco Chips Coco Chips is an affordable way to add organic matter to your nursery mix

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Coco peat

Coco peat, also known as coconut fibre, coir fibre, or coir, is a naturally growing media produced from coconut husk. It was traditionally considered a waste product as a byproduct of coconut fiber extraction.

Coconut fiber

Indonesia is one of the world’s largest producers of coconut fiber, with many small and medium-sized businesses dedicated to the production and export of this valuable resource.