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Top Mushroom Company In Zambia| Buy Mushroom Online In Zambia| Mushroom Exporter In Lusaka

Top Mushroom Company In Zambia| Buy Mushroom Online In Zambia| Mushroom Exporter In Lusaka

Top Mushroom Company In Lusaka

  • Biobritte Agro Solutions Private Limited is world's biggest mushroom cultivation and processing company. 
  • Biobritte grows different types of mushrooms primarily includes Oyster, Ganoderma lucidium, Cordyceps militaris and others such as Shiitake, Turkey Tail Mushrooms, Lion's Mane mushrooms, Split gill mushrooms, Maitake mushrooms etc.
  • Biobritte grows these all mushrooms organically using International Norms. Biobritte is also an ISO 22000:2018 FSMS Certified Company along with that HACCP, GMP Norms are strictly maintained in working procedures. 
  • Biobritte is also an ISO 9001:2015 QMS Certified Company.

Biobritte's primary Products are:

·        Mushroom Pure Culture supply in Zambia

·        Mushroom Supply in Zambia

·        Dry Mushroom Supply in Zambia

·        Mushroom Powder Supply in Zambia

·        Mushroom Capsules Supply in Zambia

·        Mushroom Tablets Supply in Zambia

·        Mushroom Extract Supply in Zambia

·        Mushroom Kit Supply in Zambia

·       Mushroom Equipment Supply in Zambia

Biobritte's Primary Services are:

·        Mushroom Training in Zambia

·        Mushroom Cultivation Training Services in Zambia

·        Mushroom Consultancy in Zambia

·        Mushroom Farm Setup Consultancy in Zambia

·        Mushroom Product Consultancy in Zambia

·        Oyster Mushroom Consultancy in Zambia

·        Ganoderma Mushroom Consultancy in Zambia

·        Cordyceps Mushroom Consultancy in Zambia

·        Button Mushroom Consultancy in Zambia


Top Mushroom Company In Zambia

For more details feel free to contact our International customer executive at

Phone: +919850985511, +919130277943

Whatsapp: +919130277943, +919923806933





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