As part of effort to create easy access around its refined garri product (Ijebulawa Garri), the foremost manufacturer of the product has announced the availability of the commodity in major shopping malls across the country. The malls include Shoprite, Games, Spar, Justrite and Grandsquare.
According to the manufacturer, Balkeem Nigeria Lmited, ‘’Ijebulawa Garri is now available in major cities where these shopping malls have their outlets for consumers to purchase.’’
The company added that, ‘’We realise the need to bring the commodity close to consumers, that brought about the idea of going into partnership with these shopping malls across the country’’.
Due to the need to protect and promote Made-in-Nigeria produce, Balkeem Nigeria Limited launched Ijebulawa Garri in 2012. The product is properly made from filtered cassava products prepared in a very hygienic environment without any preservative added to it.
It is the first locally waterproofed package and cartooned garri in Nigeria and is widely accepted in the Nigerian market as at today.
To make it a complete nutritional meal, Ijebulawa Garri, a proudly Nigerian branded product which has passed through the scrutiny of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) for certification. The product comes in different size packs such as 100grams with peanut, 226grams and 2kg family size.
Balkeem Nigeria Limited was incorporated in the year 2012, with a team of highly effective and professional management and workforce. It has a vision to chart a different perspective, through looking inward and turning some of the Nigeria local contents and natural resources into a beautiful bride as her first priority.
Balkeem seeks to rebrand local resources into world brand products for the international market at large.
The company supports the need to protect and promote “Made-in-Nigeria” products and understands that Nigeria is blessed with numerous natural resources which have not been fully tapped into and therefore seek to make a difference through rebranding of local contents.