Flour Mills of Nigeria (FMN), one of Nigeria’s biggest brands in the food and agro-allied sector, has unveiled Golden Penny Chocoh, a chocolate spread to meet the nutritional needs of consumers.
The product which contains the Recommended Dietary Allowance was launched as a proactive response to consumers’ need for a tasty, nutritious, and superior-quality spread that affords them the required dietary nutrients, according to a statement.
“It is made with natural cocoa sourced from local farmers, which is very rich in Polyphenols – compounds that have potent antioxidants and anti-inflammatory effects. It also contains Omega three & six, essential fats that actively help to reduce inflammation,” it said.
According to Devlin Hainsworth, managing director of foods division at FMN, the Golden Penny Brand is synonymous with nutritional goodness, bringing joy to people and offering great quality and value, with that in mind we identify categories and new launches that we can add to the Golden Penny basket.
“The Chocoh spread is an exciting demonstration of this commitment. By locally sourcing the cocoa used in the production of our chocolate spread, we are also driving local content and innovation across our value chain and various touchpoints,” he said.
Ilyas Kazeem, marketing director of foods division at FMN added that they are excited to introduce the product to their customers and that it is available in three different sizes such as 15g sachets, 325g and 585g jars.
“It is a direct response to our consumers’ need for nutritious quality products so they can indulge themselves with its deliciously sweet taste,” he said.
He said it is smooth with a rich sweet taste and is easy to spread on bread, pastries, biscuits, and a delicious dip for fruits. “With Golden Penny Chocoh Spread, our consumers are assured of a tasty and indulgent experience”.
Golden Penny has continued to produce superior quality products ranging from pasta to noodles, ball foods, flour, breakfast cereal, edible oil & fats, etc. to the satisfying pleasure of its consumers, the company said.