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Cripsy and Grill by Grubs Republic wins Street Foodz Naija Kings Competition

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“As a Brand we are delighted to have been part of this project, being the first of its kind in the country, the competition was well received by the public, and the participation and entries recorded for the competition was quite high. While there was an eventual winner, the overall goal of this project was to create awareness and celebrate these Street Food- preneurs as we like to call them, thereby elevating this sector of the food industry which is often overlooked.
These contestants not only gained valued skills and lessons, we also made sure to give each of their various outlets a befitting facelift. Rest assured, next year’s competition is going to be much more bigger and better,” she said.

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How Vitafoam is responding to the COVID-19 fight

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Despite the huge challenge the COVID-19 pandemic is posing to businesses across the world and Nigeria, some corporate organisations are stepping up with laudable actions to support the government’s effort in the fight against the virus.

Vitafoam Nigeria Plc, one of the organisations that have responded to the fight, on Wednesday donated 100 units of mattresses and pillows to isolation centers through the Lagos State Government as the number of confirmed cases increases in Nigeria.

“As a Responsible Corporate Organization, we would also be playing our own part in fighting the spread as well as eradicating COVID-19, by giving out 100 units of Mattress and Pillows to the isolation centres through the Lagos State Government,” Vitafoam announced in a Twitter statement.

Nigeria presently has a total of 51 confirmed cases of COVID-19 – 48 are active, two have recovered while one death has been recorded.

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Nestlé Marks Transporters Day, Restate Assurance of Products Availability

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In a bid to continually satisfy its customers’ needs Nestlé Nigeria Plc, has restated its commitment towards ensuring its products are available for consumers in markets across the country during the event.

The statement was made at event tagged the ‘Transporters Day 2020’ which it held recently in Lagos, the company gave this assurance where it hosted top logistics companies to educate them on best practices on services and product supplies as well as appreciate them for the significant roles they play in the company’s growth.

Mr. Nestor Finalo, Supply Chain Manager, Nestlé Nigeria speaking at the event, he said; “Nestlé main objective is to continuously drive product availability in the marketplace with speed; thus, there is need to create stronger partnerships with its transporters for them to be able to provide optimum services to customers and distributors, on-time and in full.

“Everything we do start with the customers and shoppers in mind; they are always at the centre. Ensuring availability and access to our healthy options cannot be achieved without a committed relationship between Nestle and the transporters, he said.

He added: “With this comes the responsibility to sustain all efforts at ensuring our high-quality products are available for the shoppers to buy and consume across all relevant outlets in the country.”

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In a bid to continually satisfy its customers’ needs Nestlé Nigeria Plc, has restated its commitment towards ensuring its products are available for consumers in markets across the country during the event.

The statement was made at event tagged the ‘Transporters Day 2020’ which it held recently in Lagos, the company gave this assurance where it hosted top logistics companies to educate them on best practices on services and product supplies as well as appreciate them for the significant roles they play in the company’s growth.

Mr. Nestor Finalo, Supply Chain Manager, Nestlé Nigeria speaking at the event, he said; “Nestlé main objective is to continuously drive product availability in the marketplace with speed; thus, there is need to create stronger partnerships with its transporters for them to be able to provide optimum services to customers and distributors, on-time and in full.

“Everything we do start with the customers and shoppers in mind; they are always at the centre. Ensuring availability and access to our healthy options cannot be achieved without a committed relationship between Nestle and the transporters, he said.

He added: “With this comes the responsibility to sustain all efforts at ensuring our high-quality products are available for the shoppers to buy and consume across all relevant outlets in the country.”

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CBN Lists Six Manufacturing Firms to Import Milk and Dairy Products

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The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on Tuesday announced that only six manufacturing firms could import milk and dairy products into Nigeria having keyed into the bank’s backward integration programme to enhance their capacity and improve local milk production.

The six companies are FrieslandCampina WAMCO Nigeria, Chi Limited, TG Arla Dairy Products Limited, Promasidor Nigeria Limited, Nestle Nigeria Plc, and Integrated Dairies Limited, which were issued permit for the importation of milk, its derivatives and dairy products into the country.

The Nigerian government had in July 2019, banned importation of milk into the country.

According to a circular number, TED/FEM/FPC/GEN/01/002 dated February 11, 2020 signed by O.S. Nnaji, director, Trade and Exchange Department, and issued to to all authorised dealers and the general public, the banking sector regulator said it had engaged with some companies in the industry.

These companies it stated, have keyed into the bank’s backward integration programme to enhance their capacity and improve local milk production.

“For the avoidance of doubt, all established Forms ‘M’, for the importation of milk and its derivatives for companies other than the above for which shipment has not taken place should be cancelled immediately,” the circular read in part.

Accordingly, it wants all authorised dealers to note that all Forms ‘M’, for the importation of milk and its derivatives shall only be allowed for the six named companies.

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