Rite Foods Limited, a leading Nigerian Fast Moving Consumer Goods company, is proud to join the global community in celebrating World Food Day 2023 with the theme “Water is Life, Water is Food,”. Rite Foods continues to highlight its unwavering dedication to sustainability with a special emphasis on Bigi Premium Drinking Water.

Celebrated annually on 16th October, World Food Day celebrates the date of the founding of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) in 1945, and heightens public awareness of the problem of hunger, malnutrition, and availability of food.

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Mr. Seleem Adegunwa, the Managing Director at Rite Foods Limited said “We are delighted to celebrate World Food Day by showcasing our commitment to quality and satisfaction through Bigi Premium Drinking Water. We understand the significance of clean water in nourishing people’s lives, and that’s why we take pride in delivering a product that meets the highest standards of quality.”

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He further affirmed that the various certification they have received from health experts and regulators in the fast-moving consumer good (FMCG) sector, like the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) and Halal Certification authority is a proof of their commitment to ensuring that their consumers get the best quality of water.

Corroborating Adegunwa’s assertion, the company’s Assistant Marketing Manager, Ms. Adebola Adeyinka stated that “Rite Foods Limited would continue to provide quality products like Bigi Premium Drinking Water while maintaining a focus on sustainability and corporate social responsibility. We remain committed to contributing to a world where everyone has access to safe, nutritious food and clean drinking water.”


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