Wilmar Africa Limited, producers of Frytol & Fortune rice among others has won two awards at the just-ended 5th edition of the 2021 Ghana Manufacturing Awards held at Kempinski Hotel in Accra.
The awards won were for Agro-Processing Company of the Year and the Marketing Campaign of the Year.
These prestigious awards are a recognition of the company’s dedication to building the Agro-processing industry as well as being a highly respected company advocating for best business practices in the sector.
The Marketing Campaign of the Year was awarded to Fortune’s Campaign titled ‘Fortune brings us together just like mom’ and Frytol campaigns executed during the Covid-19 period.
Speaking to the media after receiving the awards on behalf of the company, the General Manager of Wilmar Africa Limited, Kwame Wiafe thanked the employees of the company for their commitment to pushing the vision and mission of the company.
“Wilmar Africa Limited is indeed grateful to all the consumers and trade partners who have been the heart and soul of the brand. Their loyalty is everything to us. We dedicate this award to all the consumers, employees, and trade partners.”
In Ghana, Wilmar Africa Limited is one of the leading fast-moving consumer goods companies (FMCG) committed to the processing, packaging, and distribution of a wide variety of consumer products and brands such as Frytol, Fortune, Viking, Alife, and Jamaa for local and international markets.
The Manufacturing Awards is a yearly awards scheme organized by Exodus Communications under the auspices of the Ministry of Trade and Industry with the aim to educate, empower, encourage and reward all manufacturing companies and stakeholders who have been working hard across the country.
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