NIGERIA – Sundry Foods Limited (SFL), an integrated food service company in Nigeria and owners of the Kilimanjaro Restaurant chain, has opened five new outlets in the country, spread across Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt.
The new outlets include its Kilimanjaro brand, which opened at the Festival Mall in the Amuwo Odofin area in Lagos, Pizza Jungle – its pizza restaurant at the 911 Mall on Usuma Street in Maitama, Abuja, and a food court along Old Aba-Port Harcourt Road in Obigbo, Port Harcourt, housing three of its brands -Kilimanjaro, Pizza Jungle and Kiligrill.
‘’We provide meals that people love and serve them through our chain of restaurants, canteens, bakeries and direct to their homes all over Nigeria through our various e-commerce channels.
“Over the years, we have continuously improved our products and services intending to maximize the customer experience at all our touchpoints.
“Whether it’s that hot, crispy crust pizza or our delicious beans and plantain, we draw commendation from our customers who love our food,’’ said the company’s Head of Marketing, Mokwunye Nduka.
With the five new outlets, Sundry Foods now operates 142 foodservice outlets across the country and plans to expand its footprints in major cities in the 36 states of the country, in fulfilment of its promise of bring quality products and services closer to its customers.
Meanwhile, Nigeria’s fastest growing Quick Service Restaurant and master franchisee for Domino’s Pizza, Cold Stone Creamery, and Pinkberry Gourmet Frozen Yoghurt, Eat ‘N’ Go has introduced a new pizza flavour on its menu, inspired by the country’s authentic flavours dubbed Pepper Soup pizza.
“Developed by our Nigerian chef, tested by our Nigerian customers to get the taste just right. Pepper Soup pizza is now ready for our customers to try and enjoy.
“We spend a lot of time trying to innovate some of Nigerias favourite flavours into pizzas and sides. The team and I really hope you enjoy this spicy new pizza,” said Patrick McMichael, Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer at Eat ‘N’ Go Ltd.
The food service chain owner, currently boasts of having over 150 outlets in Nigeria and over 180 across the region, with a target to opened 230 stores by end 2022 across the markets it operates in including Kenya, its newest frontier.
The company opened a new store end of March in the East African nation, months following its entry into the market after acquisition of the franchisee from Om Nom Nom Ltd in 2021.