Capwell Industries donates food to alleviate effects of the Covid-19 pandemic

KENYA – As more companies and organizations step up to help in the fight against Covid-19, Capwell Industries Limited, a food and beverage processing company in Kenya, has donated maize meal worth Kshs 20 million (US$187,000) to the Covid-19 Emergency Response Fund, to support vulnerable communities. The company targets to feed over 85,000 Kenyans across the country, with the donation of its popular Soko Maize meal flour. Each family will be receiving two packets of 2kg of the maize meal. “Times such as these call for individuals, communities, public and…

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Capwell Industries expands into beverages market with US$2.5m investment

KENYA – Capwell Industries, one of Kenya’s leading milled cereal products manufacturer, has launched a new is cereal milk drink as part of the firm’s strategic direction to venture into beverages and expand its product range. Produced in a newly installed US$2.5 million (Kshs250 million) plant at Capwell Industries, the new beverage, under the brand ‘Yola’, comes as a ready to drink beverage available in a variety of acceptable flavors. Yola is available in four tantalizing flavors; vanilla, banana, strawberry and mango and works for a broad spectrum of consumers…

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Capwell Industries invests US$9.99m in a wheat flour plant in an expansion drive

KENYA – Capwell Industries, the Kenyan milling company that specializes in high quality flour, rice pulses and porridges is investing US$9.99 million in a wheat flour plant as part of its expansion strategy into the market. The company is bracing for competition in the lucrative flour milling industry in Kenya indicating plans to introduce more products in the market. The Kenyan maize and wheat flour market is forecast to grow strongly 7.3% over the next five years attributed to changing consumer preferences for wheat flour, improving retail accessibility, and increasing…

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