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CAMEROON DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION

PALM OIL, Manufacturer and Supplier - Cameroon

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  • CAMEROON DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
  • Target Markets: Asian, middle east, europe
  • Business Type: Exporter, Manufacturer
  • OEM Service: No
  • Register Time: 2010-05-15

  • (douala, Cameroon) Map
  • Phone: +237 -70224111
  • Contact Person: henry njalaquan

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sugar (sugar)

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Product Feature:


Types of sugar
Sugar is generally derived from the liquid of the sugar cane or sugar beet. It is not as sweet as the refined sugar. Molasses is one of the resulting byproducts of refining sugar and is much more nutritional than the table sugar. High in carbohydrates, it provides energy to the body. As part of simple carbohydrate, sugars include the monosaccharides, trisaccharides and oligosaccarides. Monosaccharides includes fructose and galactose. Disaccharides is usually available as sucrose, lactose, and maltose.

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Dear sir,
We are pleased to introduce our company to you.we are Cameroon based exporting/consulting firm.We are into business development and international trade promotion Among our services for which we are reputed for,we are exporting/import.We are marketing agent of foreign companies,and exporters of agricultural product to overseas countries.We bridge the gap between local producers of raw materials and foreign buying agents/manufactures.Please reply us if you are still interested.We have more than enough agricultural product ready.we can assure you of our quality service.We look forward to the
establishment of a cordial,fruitful and lasting business relationship with you.Thanks for you understanding.

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