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Food Companies in Nigeria: The Full List

Some of these companies have farms that supply the necessary raw materials for the manufacture of their products while there are others that are primarily involved in the importation of these food products from foreign countries. Often times, the latter companies are subsidiaries of international food companies. These companies must have cleared the  food verification test for their products. After testing the companies can sell their  product. It is also recommended by the FCI, before buying, eating any product from any company, one must go for the 먹튀검증 for the food.

  1. Dangote Industries Limited

Dangote Group is one of the most diversified business conglomerates in Africa. The company was founded by the Nigerian billionaire, Aliko Dangote many years ago. The food division of the company is involved in the production and distribution of sugar, flour, semolina, pasta, food seasoning, vegetable oil, tomato paste and salt.

This division of the Dangote Group is a multi-billion naira company that has kept on growing in recent years by expanding into new markets and partnering with other companies as well as the government at various levels.

Since inception, the Dangote Industries Ltd has enjoyed phenomenal growth on account of the quality of its goods and services.

The company aligns with the vision of the Dangote Group which is to provide local, value-added products and services that meet the ‘basic needs’ of the populace through the construction and operation of large scale manufacturing facilities in Nigeria and across Africa.

Over the years, products like Dangote sugar, Dangote salt and Dangote pasta have become an essential part of the average Nigerian home.

  1. Jimmy John’s sandwich industry

For another half-dozen or so years, business boomed, but at some point things became less fun. Liautaud struggled to keep up with his company’s growth. By 2014 JJ liataud had expanded to over 2,000 locations, and he could no longer control all the parts.

“I felt like I was running out of bandwidth,” he says. “It was getting so big and so complex. In the marketing department I had a $100 million ad fund, and I’m like, ‘How do I effectively execute a $100 million ad fund?’ ” Liautaud made president James North, a longtime employee he had met on a hunting trip in Alaska in 1998, the chain’s first CEO.

Jimmy John’s is among Roark’s larger investments and likely demands outsize attention. Business has been rough lately; same-store sales have dropped each year since 2014, including 3% in 2017, according to Liautaud.

One cause of the decline: Jimmy John’s was once unique for its delivery service. Now online delivery services like Seamless, Postmates and Grubhub allow customers to get subs delivered from many of Jimmy John’s competitors.

The sandwich industry is also becoming increasingly concentrated and competitive: with Subway (24,812 U.S. locations), Jersey Mike’s (1,482), Firehouse Subs (1,115) and others.

  1. Flour Mill of Nigeria (FMN)

In 1978, FMN became a public limited liability company and its shares were subsequently listed on The Nigerian Stock Exchange.

The vision of the company is to become the nation’s leading food business company. FMN is involved in agriculture, livestock feed and pasta manufacturing.

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The company has over twelve thousand full and part-time employees. FMN uses locally sourced materials to develop and produce unique consumer products for local markets.

The financial backbone of the company is the wheat milling division. In fact, FMN is said to have pioneered flour milling in Nigeria when its first mill was commissioned at Apapa in 1962 with a grinding capacity of 500 metric tonnes of wheat per day.

The mills are manned by a team of highly trained and skilled professionals working at a high level of efficiency attested to by our ISO 9001:2008 accreditation recognizing that our flour manufacturing facilities are world class and operate within an internationally recognized Quality System.

The flagship food brand of FMN is Golden Penny which includes semovita, masavita, pasta, noodles, refined sugar, margarine, vegetable oils, and a range of snacks and breakfast cereals.

  1. Envoy Oil Industries

Envoy Oil Industries Limited is another prominent indigenous food company. The company was established in March 1998 and there are other divisions apart from the food industries. These include chemical industries, Bureau De Change, Transport and Logistics as well as Import & Export subsidiaries.

The food division is involved in the production, extraction and processing of varied range of vegetable oil products.

  1. Cadbury

Cadbury was established in the 1950s as an operation to source cocoa beans from Nigeria and as a precursor to enable the company’s founders to tap opportunities for serving the local consumer-market with world-famous, Cadbury-branded products.

In 1976, Cadbury became a publicly listed company with shares traded locally on the Nigerian Stock Exchange.

Cadbury Nigeria is known for its flagship product, Bournvita. The company was initially importing the beverage and repacking it locally at its current site at Agidingbi in Ikeja.

Currently, Cadbury Bournvita is the market leader in the Food Drinks category. Apart from Bournvita, Cadbury also produces the likes of TomTom which was introduced in 1970. The candy has three variants: Classic, HoneyLemon and Strawberry. Other products include Trebor Buttermint which is also a candy with the double pleasure of butter and mint.

In 2012, the company expanded its product categories in Nigeria when it launched Tang, the global leader in powdered beverages.

Currently, Cadbury Nigeria employs over 1,000 people

  1. Nestle

Nestlé is the world’s largest food and beverage company. With over 2000 brands ranging from global icons to local favourites, Nestle is present in over 190 countries around the world.

Currently, Nestlé operates across 194 countries, Nigeria inclusive. The company is known to play a significant role in the development of the country and the world at large as it has contributed greatly to people live healthier lives in other to create a better and healthier world.

One of the ways the company does this is by committing to reduce the sugar in their products by 5% by 2020.

In Nigeria, Nestlé is one of the foremost food manufacturing and marketing company in the country. Their products include baby foods, cereals, chocolate and confectionery, coffee, dairy, and drinks.

Also, Nestlé Nigeria is involved in the manufacture and distribution of purified water across the country.

  • Infant cereals: The products under this category include the likes ofNAN, NUTREND and CERELAC
  • Family cereals:These include the GOLDEN MORN range.
  • Confectionery:The Nestlé confectionery brand is the Nestlé CHOCOMILO,
  • Bouillon:These include MAGGI Cube and its varieties which includes the likes of MAGGI Star Cube, MAGGI Crayfish, MAGGI Chicken, Ginger & Garlic, Golden Beef and Classic.
  • Table water: The table water produced by Nestlé is the PURE LIFE water.
  1. Honeywell

Honeywell Group is a conglomerate based in Nigeria. The company operates diversified businesses with divisions including food, agriculture, telecommunication, infrastructure, real estate and financial services.

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The company was founded by Dr. Oba Otudeko. It started as a trading enterprise that focused on importing and marketing of commodities between the North and South of Nigeria and later across the West African sub-region, especially Ghana.

In 2017, the company launched the Honeywell Flour Mills’ factory located in Sagamu. The plant occupies over 63 hectares of land within the Ogun State Flowergate Industrial Estate in Sagamu (along the Lagos-Ibadan expressway).

The Honeywell Flour Mills Plc boasts one of the largest milling capacities in the country producing household wheat-based food brands such as Honeywell Superfine Flour, Honeywell Semolina, Honeywell Wheat Meal, Honeywell Noodles and Honeywell Pasta.

  1. UAC Foods

UAC Foods Limited is one of the leading manufacturers and marketers of tasty, nourishing convenience foods.

The history of UAC Foods was first incorporated in Nigeria under the name Nigerian Motors Ltd on April 22, 1931 as a wholly owned subsidiary of the United Africa Company Ltd. The company later became UAC International (UACI), a subsidiary of Unilever.

Currently, the business exists as a joint venture between UACN Plc of Nigeria with 51% equity stake and Tiger Brands of South Africa with 49% equity.

The company is quality conscious and was set up with the goal of adding value to our consumers with its range of nutritious snacks, beverage and dairies products.

UAC Foods pioneered the Sausage Roll market in 1952 and for over 50 years, Gala has remained a major snack among Nigerians. The company’s other products include Supreme Ice Cream, Swan Natural Spring Water, Fun Time Cup Cake and Fun Time Coconut Chips.

  1. Chikki Foods

  1. Leventis Foods

Founded in 1999, Leventis Foods Ltd is a subsidiary of A.G. Leventis (Nigeria) Plc. The company is one of the largest bakeries in Nigeria producing highly nutritious variety of baked products and snacks, with a strong brand presence in Lagos, Nigeria.

The flagship product of A.G Leventis in Nigeria is the Val-U Bread. The bread is currently the market leader in the “Branded Packaged Bread” group. The variants include; Family Loaf, Wheat Loaf, and Midi loaf.

Leventis Foods Ltd also embarked on expansion phases with the construction of other lines for the production of quality snacks, such as “Meaty” sausage rolls, “Hotty” and “Mini Hotty” spicy rolls done with with this meat processing equipment for industrial use. The company recently added a new product to its snacks production profile which is the Sweet Rolls. The roll comes in three tasty variants; Choco, Vanilla and Sweet Bourbon.

Leventis Food has one of the best food manufacturing factories in the country. The factory is a highly automated one and it operates under strict Quality Control and Quality Assurance Procedures. It is located in Apapa and the capacity of the factory is 60,000 loaves per day and 3,500 cartons of Pastries.