Speaking to journalists ahead of the firm’s yearly general meeting, the Managing Director of Nigerian Breweries, Nicolaas Vervelde, said the company is making progress with its partners – International Fertilizer development Centre (IFDC), and Psaltry International.
LCCI inaugurates new group, tasks stakeholders on standardisation
Nike Akande, described the nation’s large population and huge housing deficit as positive prospects for the real estate industry if standards and sustainability practice are upheld.
‘Consumer protection solution to declining trust in e-commerce’
In Nigeria, the activities of some online shoppers who turned themselves into killers are currently troubling the e-commerce sub-sector of the nation. Online businesses are estimated to be worth $10 billion (about N3.06 trillion) in the country.
Firm debunks concerns on safety of Lucozade drinks
Suntory Beverage & Food Nigeria Limited, manufacturers of Lucozade have assured its consumers that its range of Lucozade drinks do not contain benzoic acid and as such are safe and healthy for human consumption.
SON, UNIDO strategise to remove export barriers
To reduce rejection of Nigerian products in global markets, the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) and United Nations Development Organisation (UNIDO) have strategized...
Post-Otodo Gbame: Nigeria desperately needs cheaper housing solutions
Everything wrong with Lagos state government’s recent clearance of the riverside community, Otodo Gbame, can be summarised in one sentence - Nigeria does not know how to build houses cheaply.
NEPC explores opportunities in solid minerals export
To exploit export opportunities in the nation’s solid minerals space, the Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC) has tasked exporters on the potential in the sector, citing the need to replicate the zero oil initiative across various sectors.
SON nabs vehicle lubricants counterfeiters, warns consumers
The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has nabbed a syndicate that specializes in adulteration of engine oil for sale to unsuspecting members of the public.
Stakeholders hinge local products’ competitiveness on quality assessments
To enhance competiveness of Nigerian products in the global market and improve foreign exchange earnings, the Federal Government has commenced the training of national quality assessors across the country.