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UAC Restaurants increases retail offering to consumers, opens bakery in Lagos

UAC Restaurants Limited in collaboration with CEESAM International Limited, a UAC Restaurants’ franchisee, has commissioned a state-of-the-art bread bakery in Amuwo Odofin, Festac area of Lagos to cater for more consumers.

Mr Bigg’s Family Loaf Bakery was officially unveiled recently and in attendance were the managing director of UAC Restaurants Limited, Debola Badejo, chairman of CEESAM International Limited, Sam Nwaire and other dignitaries.

The bakery, according to a statement is equipped with modern-day bakery facilities and the plant has the capacity to feed the Festac, Mile 2, Oluti, Amuwo Odofin, Ojo and the environs.

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Speaking on the importance of the bread business to UAC Restaurants Limited, Debola Badejo said, “We are constantly looking for ways to offer new and affordable products to the market and Mr Bigg’s family loaf bread, is one of the many new retail offerings that we have in store for Nigerians.”

On the expansion of bread offerings across the country, Badejo stated that this is one of the many bakeries that we are going to open across Nigeria, and this is in addition to our existing Mr Bigg’s restaurant as well Debonairs Pizza stores.

Reiterating the importance of bread to their business, Sam Nwaire, Chairman, CEESAM International Limited, a UAC Restaurants’ franchisee said that Mr Bigg’s family loaf has the capacity to contribute about 25 percent to the business turnover.

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