LG SolarDom Is About Home Life, Lifestyle And Convenience

Food is what keeps us going. It is like the fuel that keeps us going. Our well-being depends on living a sustainable, stress-free, and self-sufficient life. Talking of food and how to lead a healthy life, LG SolarDom NeoChef comes in as the future that is already here. The convenience that comes with the creativity of the LG SolarDOM makes it more than your conventional appliance. This is an all-rounder that can defrost, heat, cook, grill, bake, and roast foods while letting you swim and relax in an immersion of…

EABL rolls out Domestic and Family Abuse Guidelines

East African Breweries Plc (EABL) has rolled out a set of guidelines to support employees facing domestic and family abuse to disclose it and seek help.    The Domestic and Family Abuse Guidelines are intended to enable employees feel safe to raise awareness on issues relating to the matter, reach out when in need for help, respond and refer cases of abuse at home or in the workplace.    Under the guidelines, employees can get paid leave of up to 10 days per year to deal with issues arising from…

Naivas Launches First Easter Campaign dubbed ‘Tusahau Siasa Tukasave Hii Holiday’

  Naivas Supermarket has launched the first Easter Campaign. The campaign promises to be authentically Kenyan while delivering memorable experiences through thematic campaigns all the while exceeding customer expectations. This inaugural campaign comes barely a month after Kenyans took to social media to protest over the high cost of living with the hashtag #lowefoodprices. This was to get the attention of powers that be on the plight of Kenyans in reference to the runaway food prices. Even as Kenyans are already feeling the heat, the IMF is warning that the…

Research: Kenyans choosing Traditional Oral Products with higher health risks

A research group from the University of Nairobi’s Faculty of Medicine, has found that that Kenya are choosing unregulated and potentially dangerous tobacco and traditional oral stimulants, despite safer alternatives being available on the market.   A new report titled “Review of the risks and toxicants of smokeless tobacco, areca nut and khat products available in Kenya” is a first major analysis of the health risks of traditional tobacco and oral stimulants available in Kenya.   The research compares the risk profile of traditional tobacco and different oral stimulants used…

KBL unveils festive campaign with a toast to reconnecting Kenyans

Kenya Breweries Limited (KBL) has launched a festive campaign called Turn on the Spirit of the Season, which highlights the importance of re-creating memorable moments over the festive season. The campaign is centered on Kenyans’ desire to return to reconnect with their friends and families over the Christmas season, following the easing of nationwide pandemic-related restrictions that have impacted the way people celebrate across the hospitality industry. KBL’s Acting Marketing & Innovations Director, AnneJoy Michira said:  “We are proud to have been at the forefront of bringing Kenyans together for…

Kenya Breweries launches Tanqueray Flor de Sevilla Premium Flavoured Gin

Kenya Breweries Limited (KBL) has unveiled a new gin in the Kenyan market, Tanqueray Flor de Sevilla. The introduction of Tanqueray Flor de Sevilla follows a successful revamp of the gin category by KBL. Tanqueray Trademark has continuously innovated to recruit new gin and non gin consumers, through flavoured drinks. The drink taste profile is Zesty Seville Oranges, which are all balanced by the four botanicals that comes from Seville, Spain. It has 41.3% ABV – alcohol content. Speaking at the launch in Nairobi, EABL Managing Director Ms Jane Karuku…

The IREN Growthpad Host its First-Ever Virtual Food Festival

The just-concluded IREN Growthpad Virtual Food Festival saw various tourism, food sectors, hospitality and industry players take part. The two- day digital food festival took place on the 24 th and 25th of September; under the theme; Re-Imagine, Connect, Build Food Tourism in Kenya as part of the organization’s initiative toreactivate economies through food networks. The event aimed at connecting rural-urban economies through promotion of Kenyan Indigenous cuisines, promoting both domestic and international food tourism experience in Kenya and providing a consolidated platform that showcases use of virtual reality and…

Grocery chains now adapting to capture new markets.

With an increasing demand for customer-centric service and changing customer behavior, Kenyan supermarkets are having to redesign and rethink their strategies in order to survive. Willy Kimani, the Chief Commercial Officer of Naivas Supermarkets, speaks about the evolving customer base, “The Kenyan customer is changing; it is right now more informed. The customer has now become more complex, he is demanding more.” Around two-thirds of Kenyans buy their groceries in traditional markets or smaller stores and kiosks. Bryan Sun, Nielsen Africa Managing Director, explains how this creates the potential for…

GAUGING THE ECONOMIC WAVES OF CORONAVIRUS ON KENYA

The Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA), the apex body of the private sector in Kenya, this morning resolved to engage all its members to begin to calculate the projected economic impact of Coronavirus in each sector. The collated input will inform the development of a rapid response mitigation plan to minimize the impact of the outbreak on the Kenyan market. It will also allow the private sector to measure the impact of the expected global slowdown of trade on Kenya. KEPSA is encouraged by Executive Order No 2 ofhttps://www.expresstoday.co.ke/?p=2932&preview=true 2020…

Quickmart supermarket now in Westland

By Kelvin Majangah Fast rising retailer Quickmart Supermarkets has opened a new branch along Waiyaki way as it count on quality services and convenience to penetrate the country’s competitive retail sector. Quickmart’s latest strategic location is expected to serve customers in the wider Westland’s region region that includes Loresho, Kangemi, Lavington and Kinoo neighborhoods.where residents have been having limited shopping options. The new Wayaki way branch that has at least 100 attendants brings the retailer’s total outlets to 11, adding to the two in Nakuru, and one each in Kahawa…