GUINNESS FROM NIGERIA NOW AVAILABLE IN MAKRO

GUINNESS FROM NIGERIA NOW AVAILABLE IN MAKRO

Guinness Nigeria plans to increase exports to improve sales and generate more foreign exchange as the country’s second-largest brewer through their prime distributor, Kato Enterprises.

The unit of London-based Kato Enterprises will consider selling Guinness stout and the Malta Guinness in South Africa to boost the proportion of beverages it sends to international markets.

There’s a lot of demand for great brands offered by companies like Kato Enterprises. There are opportunities for growth, despite the fact that the state of the economy.

Kato Enterprises is seeing drinkers switch to the Guinness brand, and is expanding its range of other products into the market slowly.

Click here to get Guinness Foreign Extra Stout online at Makro

Click here to get Malta Guinness at Makro

You can get your Guinness Stout and Malta Guinness at the following Makro stores below;

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