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LEH Company specialized in Wholesale of Kola nut, Dates Fruit (Phonex dacylifera), Sorghum, Ginger, Garlic, Smoked Catfish and Bitter-Kola nut within Nigeria and outside the country with capacity over 15,000MT per year.

 The Company maintains a high level of transparency when it comes to supplying quality Dates, Kola Nut, Bitter-Kola Nut, Sorghum, Garlic, Ginger and Smoked Catfish.

  We ensure to agree upon a method during undertaking. The Company is highly concerned towards providing excellent quality products to all our customers and thus check them at all stages.


Bitter Kola Nut

Garcinia kola, known as bitter kola, is a multipurpose tree indigenous to West and Central Africa. Garcinia Kola plant is called “wonder plant” because all of its parts can be used as medicine. Bitter Kola plant is a medium-sized tree with an average height of 25-30metres and 1.5metres wide as found by Iwu, 1993. The tree produces characteristics orange like pod, with edible portion in the pod. it is believed to contain a high source of vitamins and minerals like Vitamins A, C, E, B1, B2, B3, fiber, calcium, potassium, and iron, with other antioxidants. Garcinia kola is a species of flowering plant in the clusiaceae or Guttiferae family. It is found in tropical moist lowland forest of Nigeria, Benin, Cameroon, Republic of Congo, Ghana, Gabon, Senegal, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

To have a taste of this tropical rain-forest  Bitter Kola either in small quantity or large quantity,  contact Us @  +2348082266368 (lukmansegun@gmail.com) or fill the form below for inquire …


Style: Fresh

Taste: Bitter taste

Type:  Nut

MIN ORDER: 250-15,000pieces



Kola nut has been a major commodity in West African trade for many years. Its distinct taste provides inspiration for numerous cola drinks.

Kola nut is relatively large, being about the size of a chestnut; it has a bitter taste but becomes sweeter as it is chewed.


Kola nut has many health benefits, whether taken in supplement form or chewed.  Although it can have certain side effects if taken without measure.

Kola nut farming is predominant to tropical rainforests of Africa like Nigeria, being grown in the South West part of the country.

It is gotten from kola tree, contains caffeine and serves as a flavouring ingredient in beverages also known as cola. It contains stimulants comprising of about 2% caffeine, as well as kolanin and theobromine.

To have a taste of this tropical rain-forest  Kola nut either in small quantity or large quantity,  contact Us @  +2348082266368 or fill the form below for inquire …


Style: Fresh

Type:  Nut

MIN ORDER: 250-15,000pieces


Type of Garlic

The name garlic was derived from the Old English word garleac. Literally, interpreted, the latter means “spear leek,” making reference to the lanceolate shape of the plant’s cloves. However, there are two main types of garlic: hardneck and softneck.


The hardneck varieties produce a flowering stalk which is surrounded by underground cloves and are considered to be more flavorful and easier to peel than softneck, making them the best choice of most chefs. However, the hardneck garlic does not store well.

The Softneck varieties also called silverskin, generally do not flower and form seed, but often produce bulblets on their stem. They are considered to be more productive and easier to grow than hardneck varieties. Under proper conditions softneck varieties can be stored from six to eight months. Most of the garlic found at supermarkets is of the softneck type.

The Soil, Weather and ph level for Garlic

Garlic grows best in a sunny location in soil that is well-drained yet moisture-retentive and relatively high in organic matter. Well-rotted manure or compost is an ideal soil amendment to improve the latter in garden soils. Garlic prefers a soil pH of between 6 and 7. Liming is recommended if the pH falls below 5.8.

To order for this garlic either in small quantity or large quantity,   contact Us @ +2348082266368 or fill the form below for inquire …


Style: Fresh

Taste: Onion Taste

Type:  Onion

MIN ORDER: 200-10,000pieces

Date Palm

The exact origin of date palm is considered to be lost in Antiquity. However, it is certain that the date palm was cultivated as early as 4000 B.C.  Date palm is also known as Phoenix dactylifera.

The date palm tree is native to North Africa and the Middle East. The climate condition suitable for growing dates is high temperature, access to water, and an arid climate in late summer and autumn is exactly what date palms require to thrive.

Dates; ready for Export
Ready for Export

In Nigeria, the northern part of the country is famous for date farming. The business of selling dates is common in States like Jigawa, Kano and Kaduna states.

There are at least 30 kinds of dates that are found around the world, and they may be classify under three broad types – soft, semi-dry, and dry, and the differentiation is made according to the glucose, sucrose, and fructose content. 

Dates are rich in selenium, manganese, copper, and magnesium, and all of these are required when it comes to keeping our bones healthy and preventing conditions such as osteoporosis. Peppers and dates are added to certain beers to make the beer less intoxicating. The leaves from dates are considered to be vegetables and are cooked in many countries.

    QUICK DETAIL (Dates)

Style:  Fresh and Dried Available

Taste:   Sweet

Type :  Dates

MIN ORDER:   500-20,000pieces

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