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Rite Foods strengthens Consumer Relations with Muslim faithful, admonishes uprightness at Ramadan

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In accordance with its consumer-centric tradition, Rite Foods, a leading Nigerian food and beverage company, celebrates with Muslim faithful as they observe the Ramadan fasting in fulfilment of the fourth pillar of Islam.

Rite Foods, which manufactures 13 variants of Bigi carbonated soft drink, table water, Rite sausages, and Fearless energy drink, urged the Muslims to always uphold the virtues of the religion, with a firm commitment to its teachings as they keep to its obligations in the holy month.

The company also continued in its resolve to provide its quality products to the Muslim faithful for refreshment and enjoyment at this special moment and all occasions of great celebrations.

While admonishing them during this fasting period, the Managing Director of Rite Foods, Mr Seleem Adegunwa, wished the faithful a happy celebration that would usher peace and happiness for mutual co-existence.

He said the company would continually felicitate the Islamic faithful at all times, with its unique brands that have dictated the pace in the food and beverage sector of Africa’s largest economy, providing them with product variants that cater to their needs and preferences.

Adegunwa further prayed that the guidance of Allah would continue to be with the Nigeria and her citizenry wherever they might be. ‘May the lives of our consumers continue to be nourished by the mercy of Allah’.

On her part, Rite Foods’ Brand Manager, Boluwatife Adedugbe recalled that the company has identified with its consumers on various platforms that added value to lives. She commended Muslims for being humane in their conduct this Ramadan period as propagated through Islam.

She assured that Rite Foods would continue to ensure that consumers in all spheres of life and religion have a taste of its high-quality brands.

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