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Quality straight from the African sun


Senegal is still little known for supplying fresh produce, but the potential is huge.

The country on the west coast of Africa offers an impressive range of products. These include exotic favourites such as high-quality mangoes, which are available during the European off-season. 
Vegetables such as chilli, okra and sweet potatoes are also reliable supplies from Senegalese growers.

This is why Senegal should be on your radar as a new procurement market:

  • Geographical proximity: Short transport routes make deliveries from Senegal cheap and fast. This means less CO2 emissions.
  • Anti-cyclical production: A wide variety of fruits and vegetables can be grown year-round in Senegal thanks to its warm climate. This means that even outside the normal growing season in Europe, a reliable supply is guaranteed.
  • Evaluated producers: The IPD companies are prepared for the European market and have international standards and certifications, such as GLOBALG.A.P., which guarantee good agricultural practices and food safety.

IPD puts you in touch with new suppliers, enabling you to diversify your supplier network.


  • Short transport routes through proximity to Europe
  • Anti-cyclical harvest windows
  • Growers carefully screened by IPD

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Our products from Senegal
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Fresh produce

From delicious mangos to exquisite avocados, onions, papayas, citrus fruits, green beans or okra: discover the diversity of Senegal!

IPD producers are fully adapted to the needs of the European market, always guaranteeing the highest quality standards.

We connect you to your new business partners. 

We will be happy to provide you with comprehensive information about our diverse range of offers from Senegal.

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Your contact for Senegal
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Thomas Derstadt

Expert Sourcing + Markets

Fresh produce (Brazil, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Kenya, Senegal)