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Liberian pepper is a chilly hot fruit or vegetable used in many cuisines as a spice.

Peppers

133.33 L$ LRD / kg
Liberian rice is a good source of protein and the staple food in the country.

Rices

199.20 L$ LRD / kg
Cassava flour comes from ground cassava root. It's fine and powdery and tends to create dust clouds if you don't handle it carefully. The taste is slightly nutty and earthy, though it can be easily used as a swap for all-purpose flour in gluten-free baking.

Cassava Flour

150.00 L$ LRD / kg
Farina / Garri is pan fried cassava flakes which is very popular in West Africa. Garri is usually eaten in 3 ways, 1. Soaked Garri Team A: as a cold 'beverage' with ice cold water and sugar plus or minus roasted groundnuts.

Farina / Garri

200.00 L$ LRD / kg
Liberian rice is the most widely consumed staple food in Liberia. Our rice is a very rich source of carbohydrates, the body's main fuel source.

Rices

132.00 L$ LRD / kg
Farina / Garri is pan fried cassava flakes which is very popular in West Africa. Garri is usually eaten in 3 ways, 1. Soaked Garri Team A: as a cold 'beverage' with ice cold water and sugar plus or minus roasted groundnuts.

Farina / Garri

200.00 L$ LRD / kg
Our fine rice product is a rich source of carbohydrates and will satisfy your taste.

Rices

108.00 L$ LRD / kg
Farina / Garri is pan fried cassava flakes which is very popular in West Africa. Garri is usually eaten in 3 ways, 1. Soaked Garri Team A: as a cold 'beverage' with ice cold water and sugar plus or minus roasted groundnuts.

Farina / Garri

85.00 L$ LRD / kg
Palm oil is an edible vegetable oil that comes from the fruit of oil palm trees, the scientific name is Elaeis guineensis. Two types of oil can be produced; crude palm oil comes from squeezing the fleshy fruit, and palm kernel oil which comes from crushing the kernel, or the stone in the middle of the fruit.

Palm Oil

1,500.00 L$ LRD / gal (US)
Liberian pepper is a chilly hot fruit or vegetable used in many dishes in Liberia as a chilly spice.

Peppers

270.00 L$ LRD / kg
Available in full-hull or partially-hulled varieties, red rice comes with a nutty flavor and is high in nutritional content when compared to polished rice.

Red rice

160.00 L$ LRD / kg
Corn is a tall annual cereal grass (Zea mays) that is widely grown for its large elongated ears of starchy seeds. The seeds, which are also known as corn, are used as food for humans and livestock and as a source of biofuel and can be processed into a wide range of useful chemicals.

Corn

115.20 L$ LRD / kg
Red onions, sometimes called purple onions, are cultivars of the onion with purplish-red skin and white flesh tinged with red. They are often consumed raw, grilled, or lightly cooked with other foods, or added as color to salads.

Purple onion

160.00 L$ LRD / kg
Lettuce is most often used for salads, although it is also seen in other kinds of food, such as soups, sandwiches and wraps; it can also be grilled.

Lettuce

320.00 L$ LRD / kg
Cassava is a nutty-flavored, starchy root vegetable or tuber. It is a major source of calories and carbs for people.

Cassavas

20.00 L$ LRD / kg
Palm kernel oil is a vegetable oil widely used in neonatal settings for skin care. It is a good emollient with a beneficial effect in moisturizing the skin and preventing transdermal heat and water loss.

Palm Kernel Oil

466.67 L$ LRD / gal (US)
Cucumber is a nutritious fruit with a high water content. Eating cucumber may help lower blood sugar, prevent constipation, and support weight loss.

Cucumber

60.00 L$ LRD / kg
Tomatoes are low in calories and provide important nutrients like vitamin C and potassium. They're also rich in antioxidants—one called lycopene, responsible for tomatoes' characteristic color, is linked to several benefits, such as a reduced risk of heart disease and certain cancers.

Tomato

60.00 L$ LRD / kg