Rite Foods leads in sustainable innovation with Pan-African Brands: Nigeria

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Recognised in the Africa 150 Report as one of the continent’s innovative brands with unrivalled flavours which are evident in its 13 Bigi variants of carbonated soft drink, the Bigi Table Water.

With a diverse range of unique products and a commitment to Africa, Rite Foods Limited, a Truly World-Class company in Nigeria’s food and beverage industry has continued to demonstrate its market leadership position as it embarks on adequate research and development to deliver unique brands that cater to the needs of consumers across Nigeria and the continent.

Recognised in the Africa 150 Report as one of the continent’s innovative brands with unrivalled flavours which are evident in its 13 Bigi variants of carbonated soft drink, the Bigi Table Water, the Fearless energy drink consisting of the Fearless Classic and Fearless Red Berry, the five variants of Sosa Fruit Drink as well as the Rite and Bigi Sausages, Rite Foods has shown that it will continue to make a difference in the food and beverage sector of Africa’s largest economy.

Against this backdrop, Rite Foods Managing Director, Mr Seleem Adegunwa, pointed out that research is extremely important to the company and the success of its brands that are manufactured in an ultra-modern factory with up-to-the-minute technology, with artificial intelligence, in line with global best practices.

He stated that the company’s quest for new ways of doing things that are poised towards ground-breaking inventiveness has spurred the delivery of unparalleled brands with flavours that have a competitive edge over others.

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“Research is extremely important to us and we value that a lot. Our products are leaders in flavour innovation. On the Cola brand, there is a clear edge over the competition, and we lead on flavours like in the Apple and Tropical segments. Our brands are enhanced by having many products under them, and that is a reason why they look bolder and bigger on the shelf, among competitors,” Adegunwa avowed.

“I think one of the things we are known for and the important thing that we must build on is that symbol of quality. Looking to the future, we are ready to ensure that anything concerning our logo is of a very high standard, and we are strongly committed to that cause to produce world-class products,” he said.

The company which began operation with the slogans “Truly World-Class and Proudly- Nigerian” describes the quality of what it tries to achieve by competing favourably at the global level, with a DNA and heritage that are completely Nigerian. As a pacesetter, it has shown an intention of expanding across Africa, hence its new slogan “Proudly-African.”

“This has been intentional to not just limit us to Nigeria, especially as the product is already expanding across the borders,” Adegunwa explained.

Source : Zawya