Food & Beverage

Latest Food & Beverage sector features from across Africa.

Latest Food & Beverage Corporate Stories

De Keur Estate : Fruits of Love

De Keur Estate (Pty) Ltd is a long established family run agricultural business, producing first class agricultural produce and high quality customer service since 1934.

Kuku Foods Kenya : Embracing the Brand

Gavin J Bell, GM of Kuku Foods Kenya Limited, the KFC franchisee in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania, tells us more about exciting expansion plans and how Kenyans have embraced the brand.

Tanganda Tea Company : What a Beau-Tea

Tanganda Tea Company Limited is the largest producer, packer and distributor of tea products in Zimbabwe.

Sundry Foods Limited : What a Catch

Nigeria’s Sundry Foods is targeting growth in the quick service industry through its restaurant brand Kilimanjaro and recently launched seafood chain Coral Blue Seafood Restaurant.

KFC Sub-Saharan Africa : Unlocking Africa

As the KFC brand continues to expand further across Africa, Africa Outlook talks to Bruce Layzell, KFC general manager for new African markets.

Olam Mozambique : Crafting Roller Cotton Gin

Olam International, a leading global integrated supply chain manager and processor of agricultural products and food ingredients, has started construction of its first state- of-the-art roller cotton gin in Mozambique.

Oak Valley Estate : Farmworker Spring

Anthony Rawbone-Viljoen of Oak Valley Estate talks diversification, award-winning wines and the farmworkers strike.

East Africa Bottling Share Company : Ambitious Plans in Africa

The East Africa Bottling Share Company (EABSC) plans to invest $500 million in the East African nation as it plans expand its capacity further with the aim of meeting increasing demand within the soft drink industry

KFC Nigeria : Spreading its Wings

Yum! Restaurants International continues to expand KFC’s African footprint. Africa Outlook talks to Bruce Layzell, KFC General Manager New African Markets, about the firm’s growth across the continent and particularly in Nigeria.