When someone says snacks(confectionaries), there is an automatic image of commercially processed and packaged biscuits, cakes and cookies displayed in a supermarket. Nigerians seem to be jumping off the band wagon by revolutionizing their cuisine in recent times. Snack-wise, there have always been traditional snacks that have served their purpose and are gradually making their way back to the food scene.On the other hand, for fear of poor nutrition and many health complications owing to the gross industrial/commercialization of food, moms often worry about the healthier option for their children when it comes to snacking. What kind of snacks should they go for? You don’t want them to get too addicted to commercially/chemically preserved food, so here it is, traditional and healthy snacks that will be perfect for you and your child. These Nigerian snacks have been there for ages, tested and trusted. Some can serve as food or snack, either way, they are finger foods that will not be found missing in Nigerian culinary. Though your choice might depend on the age group and activity level, these are typical Nigerian snacks that are easily home-made.Confectioneries also known as snacks and sometimes called small chops are constantly in high demand and as such the supply can never exceed the demand for it. You can actually make over N500,000 per month doing confectioneries for parties, for friends and for family.Some examples of this confectioneries are;
- Puff Puff.
- Spring Roll.
- Coconut Candy.
- Meat pie.
- Boiled/roasted maize and coconut.
- Plantain Chips.
- Egg Rolls.
And many more.
Confectioneries is a very lucrative business and is already being embraced by certain persons as a means of making money as it is not very capital intensive to start but promises very high returns.
Confectioneries production is very profitable and yet requires very little capital to start. If You Would like to learn about confectioneries production and how to make money from it and also how to sell it. Why Not Contact us below;