9 Critical Points to Read Before You Decide to Import Moringa

There are several points to consider when importing Moringa products in your country:

Source and Quality:

It is important to ensure that you are sourcing your Moringa products from a reputable supplier that can provide documentation on the quality and purity of their products. Look for suppliers that use good agricultural and harvesting practices, and that can provide certifications such as ISO, HACCP, FDA registered, a flowchart of their process and a structured process. Also do not hesitate to ask if your supplier has developed any specialization in moringa as many other suppliers tend to add moringa as just any other product and have little to no knowledge base in moringa. In our experience, first-time importers of moringa may go wrong from multiple facets while choosing their moringa supplier partner. Gaue the long-term relationship before choosing your Moringa supplier. We always advise our clients to seek long-term strategic relationships rather than just one-time transactional relationship that does not help in the business transformation goals.


Moringa products are subject to regulation by various government agencies, depending on the country of origin and the intended use of the products. Be sure to research and understand the regulatory requirements for importing Moringa products in your country. It is critical for you and your company that your supplier/exporter understands the nuances & peculiarities of customs and regulatory requirements of your country in order to have a smooth process.

Packaging and Shipping:

Consider the packaging and shipping requirements for Moringa products to ensure that they are transported safely and remain fresh. This may include using the food grade packaging which is brown kraft paper outside and LDPE food grade inside the packaging. Again, the specialization of the exporter/supplier from whom you’re importing moringa would help immensely.


Be sure to have all necessary documentation in order, including import permits, and other required documents. This will help to ensure a smooth customs process and avoid any delays or issues.


Consider the cost of importing Moringa products, including shipping, customs fees, and any other associated costs. This will help you to determine the overall cost of the products and ensure that they are financially viable for your business. Having said so, do not fall for cheap quality moringa.

Market demand:

Research the market demand for Moringa products in your area, city or country/addressable market to determine if there is a demand for the products you plan to import. This will help you to determine if there is a potential market for your Moringa products and ensure that you are not overstocking on products that may not sell. Although the shelf life of moringa goes till 2 years safely subject to storage.


Research the competition in your market to understand what other Moringa products are available and at what price points. This will help you to position your products competitively and ensure that you are offering value to your customers.


Consider partnering with local organizations, companies or NGOs to help with the importation and distribution of Moringa products. This can help to reduce costs and ensure that the products are reaching the intended audience.


Develop a marketing plan to promote your Moringa products and educate customers about the benefits of Moringa. This may include creating marketing materials, establishing a strong online presence, and participating in trade shows or other events.

Importing Moringa products in bulk can be a rewarding and lucrative business for your company or your Moringa brand, but it is important to carefully research and plan in order to ensure success. By considering these points, you can help to ensure that your Moringa import business is successful and sustainable.

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