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Euro Global nears completion of N3bn ethanol plant

Euro Global Foods & Distilleries Limited, said on Monday that it was nearing the completion of a N3bn ethanol plant, with 90% of the work already done.

The firm which is a unit of Sona Group of Companies said that the plant would enable it boost production once complete.

Euro Global Unveils St. Almanac Premium Cognac

Euro Global Foods and Distilleries Limited, producer of wines, spirits and soft drinks among others has introduced yet another product to the Nigerian market. St. Almanac Cognac brandy is a luxurious brandy blended with the finest imported cognac, matured in wooden casks along with grape brandy made from handpicked grapes, the company said.

Commenting on the new brandy, Manish Uniyal, Managing Director Euro Global Foods and Distilleries, said “St. Almanac is a premium drink that celebrates the age long tradition of quality cognac. It was carefully crafted and blended to give a distinctive taste that pairs well with local and foreign cuisines. We are thrilled to offer this luxury blend to discerning consumers who appreciate quality.

Euro Global Introduces Power Bitters Lite

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Euro Global Foods and Distilleries Limited, makers of a wide range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages such as Sabrina Gin, Amphora range of wines, Julius Tonic wine, among others has introduced yet another drink into the market, Power Bitters Lite.

Power Bitters Lite is a lighter version of Power Bitters, which was introduced into the market in February. According to the company, the Lite version has lower alcohol content.

Euro Global rewards distributors on ‘Award Night’, commissions new plant

Euro Global Food & Distilleries Ltd, makers of Savanna soft drinks, alcoholic-mix ready-to-drinks (RTDs) and spirits have launched a new multi-billion naira ethanol plant at the company’s facility in Ota, Ogun State.

The plant which took six years to build is said to be the largest single ethanol plant in Nigeria with a maximum production capacity of 120,000 litres daily, more than enough for the company’s daily needs. This means that the company can even export excess ethanol, the company chairman, Arjan Mirchandani, said.

Ready-to-Drink (RTDs) thriving amid sluggish growth in the beer market

The Ready-to-Drink (RTDs) segment of the alcoholic beverage industry is experiencing unprecedented growth, more so than beer, that the big brewers in the country have all staked their claim. The segment is awash with many players, both domestic and foreign as they vie for market share.

A trip to any of the big supermarkets or open markets, where drinks are sold reveals how much this segment is thriving.