Welcome to SB Agrovital Ltd
We are a supplier of honey and honey related products to global brands We have expertise in providing the honey as per the client requirement in various packaging types and sizes as per the client requirement. A world class laboratory set up that stringently holds extensive quality control assurances to meet a product of international standard.
At SB Agrovital Ltd, we are aware that there are certain standard requirements to be met in charcoal exports and usage; parameters like fix carbon, Ash content, volatile matter, moisture content need to meet your specifications. This is why we work with you to produce and deliver the best
We exports fresh and healthy watermelons to the rest of the world. Our water melons are sourced from our farms and smallholder farmers. We maintain strict packaging-preserving techniques that helps retain the natural content inherent in melons. With vast experience exporting melons to the world, SB Agrovital continues to appreciate the fact that watermelon holds more than just its flavor.
we publish Agro-Allied activities in Nigeria and the world at large and organize various Agro-allied exhibitions
We are Nuts growing and exporting company. Our goal is to be a reference point in our chosen industry by producing world class products for our numerous customers locally and internationally.
Pesticides & Fertilizers
Kindly visit our vaccines and Pesticides product list to make enquiries. We maintain all industry standards
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