Prices of soft drinks rise amid FX woes, inflationary pressure

Prices of soft drinks are on the rise as the industry continues to grapple with the fallout from macroeconomic headwinds induced by the drop in oil price. Nigerian Bottling Company (NBC), the More »

How brewers are selling beer with folklore

As Nigeria’s recession deepens and consumers pockets are squeezed, majority of those still drinking have shifted their beer preferences to value or low cost brands. Nigerian Breweries Plc, the country’s leading brewer More »

Category Archives: Coffee & Tea

Nestle Nigeria lists initiatives taken to reduce plastic waste as it marks World Environment Day

Nestle said it has set a bold global ambition of making 100% of its packaging either recyclable or re-usable by 2025, as part of its pledge to play an active role in combating plastic pollution.

The company said it aims to help consumers dispose of used materials in the right way, while promoting a market for recycled plastics by continuing to increase the proportion of recycled plastics in its packaging.

Lipton kicks-off Third Edition of ‘Selfless Acts’ campaign

Lipton Yellow Label Tea from Unilever Nigeria Plc has commenced the third edition of its ‘Don’t Just Think, Do,’ campaign in mosques across Nigeria.

The tea brand said the initiative is meant to encourage Nigerians to show commitment to selfless acts during the month of Ramadan and beyond.

Nestle partners FG to launch “Nestle for Healthier Kids” global Initiative

Nestle Nigeria plc, with assistance from the Federal Government has launch its “Nestle for Healthier kids” in Nigeria, a global initiative the food and beverage company unveiled on May 15, 2018 to fight acute malnutrition in children.

The programme was unveiled in Abuja to commemorate the International Day of Families, which includes further development of healthier products and advice for families on nutrition and exercise and aims at helping 50 million children worldwide to lead healthier lives by 2030.

Nestle Nigeria confident about the future

Food and beverage giant Nestle Nigeria plc, has said that it is optimistic the ongoing economic reforms and diversification agenda of the Federal government will lead to better performance and returns to shareholders in future years.

This was the view of the company’s chairman, David Ifezulike, while addressing Nestle’s shareholders at its Annual General Meeting (AGM) held on Tuesday in Lagos. He said that the current economic trend eases production constraints in manufacturing and agriculture and key government reforms continue to diversify the economy, an all-around improvement in the economy is expected.

Nestle S.A. buys licensing agreement to sell Starbuck’s coffee globally

Swiss-based food giant Nestle S.A said it has acquired a licensing agreement from U.S.-based coffee chain Starbucks to sell its bagged coffee globally using Nestlé’s enormous global distribution network.

The deal is said to be worth $7.15bn in cash.

Nestle which is known for its Nescafe and Nespresso coffee brands will market Starbuck’s bagged and pod coffee as well as drinks but will not be involved in any of Starbucks cafes or ready-to-drink products.

Lipton unveils campaign to empower widows

Lipton Yellow Label Tea, a product from the stable of Unilever Plc, has launched #LiptonReasonsToSmile to empower widows in the country.

The company said the initiative was aimed at supporting over 1,000 Nigerian widows with care packs and giving them seed funds to start their businesses.

The Brand Manager, Lipton, Damilola Dania, said the campaign expected to be executed in states across Nigeria, will also give other customers the opportunity to get involved by buying at least a pack of Lipton between May 1 and June 16.

Nestle Nigeria restates its commitment to Ogun State

Nestle Nigeria Plc, has reaffirmed its resolve to the development of Ogun State, host of two of its three factories in Nigeria.

The consumer goods and beverage company restated its commitment while marking the 4th Edition of Ogun State Investors Forum, which is a collaborative effort between the company and the host government.

Promasidor honours employees with long service

Promasidor Nigeria Limited, makers of Cowbell Milk, Top Tea, Onga and other quality products, at the weekend, celebrated 254 of its staff who have been with the company for over 10 years. The award ceremony, which was held in Lagos, brought together the company’s employees, relatives, and distributors from different parts of the country.

Krispy Kreme makes its debut in Nigeria

U.S.-based Food and Beverage firm Krispy Kreme has opened its first store in Nigeria at the Ikeja City Mall in Lagos, in what marks as the start of an expansion plan across the country.

The company said it has signed a development agreement with Quality Foods Africa (QFA) to open 20 Krispy Kreme stores across the country in the next five years.

Promasidor holds Annual Distributors Award in Dubai

Promasidor Nigeria Limited, makers of Cowbell and Loya Milk, Top Tea and others held its Annual Distributors Award Forum this year in Dubai.

The event was attended by the company’s top officials including its Managing Director, Mr. Anders Einarsson, Regional Sales Manager, North Central, Mr. Fakulude Bamidele and its most valued distributors.