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*CORRECTION* *OF* *ERROR* *IN* *CAPTION* From left: Mr. Toshimitsu Fukuchi - General Manager of Sanyo Foods Co., Ltd; Mr. Junichiro Ida - President of Sanyo Foods Co., Ltd and Mr. Yuko Takahashi- Director of Overseas Business Division in Sanyo Foods Co., Ltd.; President of Sanyo Foods Corp. of America and Director of KSFB, Tingyi Holding. greet a Tasty Tom seller in a food market in Madina, Accra.
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Board members of Caraway Pte, holding company of Nutrifoods which produces favourite household brands including Tasty Tom, Royal Aroma and Nutrisnax, experience Madina’s popular food market in Accra last weekend, during a board visit to Ghana.

Commenting on the occasion Mr. Ida San, President of Sanyo Foods and Director of the Caraway board said: “West Africa is a high potential market for consumer goods and is therefore an important focus for Nutrifoods in terms of future investment.”

Mr Ida went on to highlight the company’s continued commitment to fortification and nutrition, building on previous efforts including the reformulation of the popular Tasty Tom tomato mix in 2015 to include essential nutrients, and more recently, its entry into the health category last year with the launch of the brand Nutrisnax.

Board members also visited the Nutrifoods Biscuits factory in Tema, that produces the market leading brands including Perk, Milky Magic, as well as the best-selling biscuit in the country: King Cracker. They are supplied to 50,000 stores across Ghana with 45 million packets consumed every month.
Source: Peacefmonline.com

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