The demand for convenience and processed food is growing in Nigeria. This demand is led by Nigeria’s expanding middle class, with consumer changes in tastes, patterns and style. Consumers are also becoming more health conscious, adding to the need for nutritious pre-packaged food. Nigeria’s packaging and food processing market is one of the largest in Africa, estimated at about US$545 million. Between 2010 and 2012, imports of food processing and packaging technology increased 39%, from €198 million to €275 million. Nigeria’s agriculture and agribusiness industry is plagued with numerous challenges. These challenges include business, infrastructure and regulatory problems. Business challenges include the lack of funds, market share, cost of raw materials, taxation and other issues affecting the ease of doing business. There is inadequate infrastructure, such as power supply, transportation facilities and networks, and storage facilities, which can lead to a poor capacity for postharvest handling, and high production and productivity costs. These challenges provide numerous investment opportunities for the Africa-savvy investor. Dr Adefolake Adeyeye, a Nigerian citizen and Research Fellow of the NTU-SBF Centre for African Studies, has researched these opportunities. The report will be made available to interested parties.