Brand restates commitment to food security, launches new product
As part of its brand commitment to national food security through consistent focus on food safety, innovation and cost efficiencies, Flour Mills of Nigeria has unveiled the Golden Penny 400g Pasta pack.
The FMCG industry and owners of the iconic brand ‘Golden Penny’ unveiled the 400g pasta to give customers an invaluable opportunity for varied tasty nutritious options.
The new product represents the company’s proactive response to consumer demand for varied sizes of pasta suitable for different occasions.
With the new 400g pack, FMN continues its dedication to retaining the nutritional quality of its signature pasta while providing young families with midi packs designed to serve various purposes and needs.
Speaking on the company’s proactive nature, the Managing Director, Food Division, Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc (FMN), Devlin Hainsworth, stated: “FMN, as a group, has been relentlessly feeding the nation for over six decades.
The Group’s iconic brand ‘Golden Penny’ embodies our invaluable food brands, which are designed to always afford our consumers tasty yet nutritious food options. Our launch of the 400g pasta pack is still a pragmatic response to our consumers’ needs and we believe that this new product invariably creates a wider range of options for young families in accordance with their budgets.”
Also, remarking on the new product launch, the Marketing Director, Foods, Bisi Idowu, noted, “FMN is committed to delivering superior quality products that satisfy different nutritional needs of families, groups, and communities, especially Nigerian young growing families. Consumers can expect quality, tasty, and highly nutritious pasta products in the 400g pack, the same qualities that have endeared them to our pasta brand over the years.
This product is a pragmatic response to their demand for quality products suitable for various occasions, especially for family consumption, which reiterates our dedication to the family bond that strengthens society.”