Rite Foods Ltd Marks Workers’ Day, Urges Commitment To Nation Building Through Expertise
As part of this year’s Workers’ Day celebration, Rite Foods Limited, a world-class and proudly Nigerian company in the food and beverage sector of the economy, has urged the labour force to stay committed to their responsibilities for the development of the nation, considering their proficiency in diverse fields of endeavours.
This was the submission of the Company’s Managing Director, Mr. Seleem Adegunwa in his goodwill message on Workers’ Day held on May 1 in commemoration of the historic struggles and gains made by workers and the labour movement observed in many countries of the globe.
Adegunwa, who stated that employees should display great loyalty to their organisations, commended workers, in Nigeria and the world over, for their diligence, high sense of commitment, and dignified manners in ensuring the need growth that has invariably impacted the country’s development.
He admonished workers to always adhere to work ethics and be to attain maximum economic benefits that lead to business expansion and increased productivity for better welfare and improved working conditions.
Against this backdrop, the Rite Foods boss has through his amiable nature created a favourable working environment for his personnel at all cadres, with affectionate care that has earned the company a workplace of choice.
The company has been at the forefront of adding value to lives through viable marketing activities in connecting with its consumers which have been felt in different spheres through initiatives in the entertainment and sport sector, where talents are discovered and nurtured for human and national development.
Through them, it had also demonstrated that consumers are at the core of its mission and has helped in empowering and promoting healthy competition and positive energy, like this year’s Bigi powered Nigerian Idol, for musical talent discovery and nurturing, where young singers are given the platform to showcase their prowess, among other sponsorships.
As the market leader in the food and beverage industry of Africa’s largest economy, Rite Foods has been the hallmark of high standards with its 13 variants of Bigi carbonated soft drink and Table Water, which is produced with global best practices in purification.
The company’s inventiveness has earned high recognition in the energy drinks market with the first-ever packaged polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottle brands for the Fearless Red Berry and Fearless Classic, while its Rite Spicy, Bigi Beef, and Rite Sausages have been the mark of excellence for the food industry.