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Three Crowns launches creamer milk

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Haven been in Nigeria for over 60 years, Three Crowns milk has launched Nigeria’s first locally produced evaporated creamer as a way of giving back to consumers the benefit they want in their tea. Creamers are generally perceived to be for the upper class in developed countries.

Three Crowns now offers majority of Nigerians affordable access to a rich, tasty creamer at N120. Key business partners of FrieslandCampina WAMCO, including wholesalers and retailers were present at the launch to welcome the new product into the market.

While unveiling Three Crowns Creamer, Managing Director of FrieslandCampina WAMCO, Mr. Ben Langat, said, “I am pleased to announce to you that we have expanded our portfolio with the introduction of Three Crowns Creamer, the first locally produced creamer in the Nigerian market. I have tasted it, used it in my breakfast and local meals and I am confident that we have provided a nutrition solution for consumers.”

Langat assured consumers that “FrieslandCampina WAMCO will continue to ensure that every Nigerian mother has Three Crowns for her home, adding, “Our company believes that milk is an essential nutrient for every individual. With shrinking spendable income and the commitment to grow local brands, Three Crowns Creamer offers Nigerians an affordable, great quality product made from milk.”

For three decades, Three Crowns has nourished mothers and their families with essential vitamins and minerals that support their well begin. Three Crowns is said to be the first milk brand to show care for mothers and acknowledge the important role they play in the family.


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