Ademola Babalola in Ibadan
The PZ Wilmar has launched a new product in Ibadan ‘Mamador Devon King’s seasoning cubes’ to breach the nutrients gap in food consumption with lesser spending by the family.
The management of the company said the latest product has been imbued with the 30 per cent recommended daily allowance for healthy living in food intakes.
A representative of the management, Mrs. Oluwatoyin Popoola Dania, said Devon King’s Seasoning Cubes comprises 15 per cent zinc and another 15 per cent iron to cater for the health needs of the families.
Dania said the company chose Ibadan for the flag off because of the love residents of the city and neighbouring Abeokuta, Osogbo and other cities closer to Ibadan have in Mamador products over the years.
With improved taste, and edible variants, Dania said the new product requires no condiments to give consumers value for their money.
Dania further remarked that Devon King’s seasoning cubes was specially formulated to reduce money being spent on cooking.
She said even without chicken or beef, consumers can still enjoy every semblance of their taste required in their food consumption, adding that: “Mamador chicken cubes remains the best in the market for all types of meals or cooking.”
At the official launch in Ibadan were Chioma Mbanugo (Category Marketing Manager), Ipsit Chakrabarti (Sales Director), PZ Wilmar Foods Ltd, Matanmi Abideen (Regional Sales Manager); Austin Ezeji (Regional Sales Manager); Adesina Segun (Head of Sales, Neighborhood Market); and Mohit Kumar (Head of Sales, Open Market).
A consumer, Dr. Adeyoola Olaitan, recommended the new product for young and old especially people above 40 years.