Afrimalt is adored by people across the continents for its great taste, finest quality ingredients, vitamins, iron and nutrients that provide real goodness and energy. Afrimalt is the brand that fuels your rise every day, everywhere.
Afrimalt is made with only the finest ingredients; Barley, Malt extract, Caramel, Hops, water, several vitamins & minerals, etc. It remains the favourite malt drink in Africa for Goodness, Energy & Vitality.
For those who desire a vibrant lifestyle, Afrimalt is the brand of choice, full of life, full of nourishment.
Afrimalt…Produced for dreamers….
Developed in the 1960’s, malt drinks were originally used by the Nigerian Army as a dietary supplement, to re-energise the troops. Afrimalt sales will spread across Africa and the Caribbean through the coming decades, launched on the 1st of October 2010 to commemorate the golden jubilee of Nigeria’s independence from the United Kingdom.
The mass migration of Afro-Caribbean people to the UK during the 1950’s and 1960’s (the ‘Windrush Generation’, who came to the UK to help fill Britain’s post-war labour requirements), and the resulting population growth during the 1970’s as they settled and started families, led to Afrimalt becoming an integral part of the Afro-Caribbean diet. Traditional Caribbean fruit and vegetables were often expensive and hard to find, and Afrimaltprovided a cheap and large source of B-Vitamins and nutrition.
Malt is loved by Afro-Caribbeans from all generations – mothers often give it to their children from the age of 7 or 8, thus ensuring a natural development of new consumers. Many people talk about how when they were growing up, “malt was ALWAYS in the fridge”. It is consumed for a number of reasons, including the reason that it gives older Afro-Carribeans a feeling of a product from the place they were born. Furthermore, Afrimalt can almost always be found at an Afro-Caribbean party!
Afrimalt is enjoyed by consumers of all ages at both big religious festivals like Easter, Eid and Christmas, community and family events and for every day general consumption. Social media has been embraced by Afrimalt to allow us to develop an even closer connection with our consumers, who continue to provide valuable feedback on the brand that they know and love.
Afrimalt is a malt drink that is non-alcoholic and caffeine free. It has a high content of B-vitamin, minerals and nutrients, and has a balance of carbohydrates that supposedly allows instant absorption. It is very dark brown in colour, and has a sweet flavour. Afrimalt may be purchased in 500ml glass bottles, cartons or cans, sold individually or in their respective six-packs, available in major supermarket chains.
A malt drink for the large enjoyment.Afrimalt comes in a pioneering 500ml can.
The non-alcoholic quality malt drink with B vitamins.
Tasty & highly digestible health drink, which helps restore lost energy.
Pack Size: 500ml
Water, Barley Malt, Glucose Syrup, Carbon Dioxide, Colour (E150c), Acid (Citric Acid), Liquorice, Nicotinamide, Pantothenol, Thiamin Hydrochloride, Sodium Riboflavin Phosphate, Pyridoxin Chloride
24 x 500 Millilitres
|Typical Values||Typical Values 100ml||Bottle||/ % of RDA|
|Thiamin (vitamin B1)||1.40mg||4.6mg||/ 100%|
|Riboflavin (vitamin B2)||0.80mg||2.6mg||/ 50%|
|Niacin (vitamin B3)||7.40mg||24mg||/ 40%|
|Vitamin B6||0.70mg||2.3mg||/ 35%|
|Pantothenic acid (vitamin B5)||1.50mg||5.0mg||/ 25%|
Afrimalt will open a 95,000 sq foot brewery (one of the largest in the Lekki Area) initially brewing 100,000 hectolitre, scaling to 1,000,000 hectolitre in the near future. In addition to the production line, a full-service restaurant, tasting room and event space are included in this major $21 million investment.
An Award winning architectural firm has been commissioned for the facility design, bringing an infusion of cutting edge and sustainable design concepts into the industrial area of Lekki Peninsula. Joining Guinness and Heineken, Afrimalt is helping to cement Lagos state as a top destination for high-end brew. The industrial area already has numerous specialty food manufacturers and the area is primed for expansion in these two industries because of the flexible building stock, location in the center of Lekki EPZ and top quality water supply.
Afrimalt will initially have 500 employees, with a projection of 1000 high quality jobs within five years. This location will create specialty and experimental brews, as well as their year-round line. The facility will be up and running before the end of the year, with the restaurant and event space scheduled to open in 2018.
“Our experience working with the City of Lagos has been extremely positive so far,” stated DotunOlusi, Afrimalt founder. “We look forward to being active members of the community for many years to come.”
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