The demand for sorghum flour is quite high in Nigeria especially in the Northern part of the country. Sorghum is a highly valuable cereal that is mainly produced in the northern belt of Nigeria. Sorghum can be used as a substitute flour in place of other staples and cereal flour. The product is sorghum our and is to be prepared and eaten as ‘‘swallow’’ which is similar to Semovita, Semolina, Grinded Rice (Tuwo) etcetera. It contains high protein (9%) compared to other crops like maize, rice and its flour is used in preparation of several staple foods locally and universally. The cereal is processed into flour and fortified with vitamin premix to make up for processing loss. The product is good for both old and young. Also, it can be consumed without ethnic, cultural or religious hindrances. ( The target buyers are adult of all age categories and focuses on our buyers located in the Northern Nigeria before we gradually move to international markets especially West Africa and other Sub-Saharan Africa). Market research revealed that the national annual demand for sorghum our is in excess of 575 tonnes. Similar products in the market are: Amsel Susan Corn Flour, Baker’s Choice Corn Flour, Semolina, Semovita etcetera but none of the manufacturers produce sorghum flour commercially. It has been observed that domestic production is limited to small household processing for household consumption.