NIGERIA – Sundry Foods Limited (SFL), Nigeria’s fast-growing quick-service restaurant brand and the operator of Kilimanjaro brand, has opened a new branch in Kaduna, marking its first entry into the former capital of the northern region.

The newly opened Kilimanjaro branch is situated at the Galaxy Mall, 22 Mohammadu Buhari Way (Waff Road), Kaduna.

“Today, we proudly opened Kilimanjaro, our flagship restaurant brand in the capital city of Kaduna,” Nnamdi Opara, Executive Director of SFL stated.

“The new outlet is remarkable—a first for us in the northwest part of the country, reinforcing our long-term commitment to investing in our growth in Nigeria and establishing the company as a truly national brand.”

He noted that the brand has gained recognition for providing meals that people love, serving them through a network of restaurants, canteens, bakeries, and direct-to-home delivery services across Nigeria via various e-commerce channels.

“Over the years, we have continuously improved our products and services intending to maximize customer experience at all our touchpoints. Whether it’s our hot, crispy crust pizza or our delicious beans and plantain, we receive commendations from our customers who love our food,” he added.

He revealed that the expansion aligned with SFL’s growth plan for 2023 and beyond, emphasizing the company’s commitment to bringing its quality products and services closer to customers and the public.

With this new addition, Sundry Foods now operates from over 185 food service outlets throughout the country, and there are plans to further increase the company’s footprint in major cities across all 36 states of Nigeria.

‘’We believe every Nigerian deserves to be treated with the Sundry Foods experience and that is why we are relentless in our pursuit to reach every part of the country,” he concluded.

Earlier this year, the company opened other four restaurants in various parts of the country growing the restaurant count of Kilimanjaro.

According to the company’s Head of Marketing, Nduka Mokwunye, the new branches are located in Ibadan, Oyo State and Aba, Abia State.

He additionally noted that the company had reopened its Rumuokuta, Port-Harcourt restaurant in Rivers State after a temporary closure due to its proximity to the construction works on an overbridge in the area.

According to Nnamdi Opara, the company’s expansion drive is driven by the desire to deliver its trademark excellent quality food and related services to Nigerians all over the country.