Best Food Packaging Companies in Ikeja, Nigeria

Looking for Best Food Packaging in Ikeja, Nigeria? Find the list of Best Food Packaging Companies in Ikeja, Nigeria on our business directory. Best Food Packaging Companies near me.
Looking for Best Food Packaging in Ikeja, Nigeria? Find the list of Best Food Packaging Companies in Ikeja, Nigeria on our business directory. Best Food Packaging Companies near me.
We found 9 companies

Teruke International Co. Ltd

45, Yaya Abatan Road, Ogba, Ikeja, Lagos
Teruke International a.k.a Teruke Soups is a Nigerian company that produces indigenous soups made from whole natural ingredients without artificial preservation. Ready-to-Eat Stew, Egusi Soup, Vegetab...
 Verified+4  Years with us
1

Packaging Cartons Company

57 Adedoyin Street, Opposite Zenith Bank (Near Excellence Hotel), , Ikeja, Lagos
Cartons Production for all purposes and specifications in Nigeria and other West Africa countries at its best in quality, good prices and prompt delivery guaranteed. We are excellent and foremost in c...
 Verified+4  Years with us

Feedwell Support Services Ltd.

suite 20/21 MKO Abiola Shopping Complex Ogba Rd, Agege, Lagos, Ikeja, Lagos
Feedwell Support Services Limited specialised in the sales, distribution and supply of all varieties of foodstuffs, beverages and ingredients for all categories of family. We do this through our speci...
 Verified+6  Years with us
2

Elpiza Pluz

Ojodu Berger , Ikeja, Lagos
Elpiza Pluz is a registered organic food processing and packaging business in Nigeria. We're poised on providing locally sourced organic foods that serves as supplements for daily recommended nutritio...
 Verified+5  Years with us
3

Rity J Chips

12 Ladipo Kuku Street off Allen Avenue , Ikeja, Lagos
Rity -J plantain chips is a unique and delicious chips. It is made with all natural ingredients, which ncludes ginger, pepper, onion, carrot vegetable oil and salt to give you that unique taste and no...
 Verified+6  Years with us
4

Cartons Seller Manufacturer

57 Adedoyin Street, Opposite Zenith Bank (Near Excellence Hotel), , Ikeja, Lagos
Cartons Production for all purposes and specifications in Nigeria and other West Africa countries at its best in quality, good prices and prompt delivery guaranteed. We are excellent and foremost in c...
 Verified+4  Years with us

Shelter Roots

Ikeja Shopping Complex, Mobolaji banks Anthony, Alimosho, Ikeja, Lagos
 Verified
5

LEHUI FINNAH

5 AYO ROSIJI STREET IKEJA GRA, Ikeja, Lagos
Lehui is into the manufacture and supply of packaging lines, process equipment and tanks for the food and beverage industry as well as grain handling.
 Verified+5  Years with us

Water Treatment Equipment.

25, Remi Fani Kayode Avenue, GRA, Ikeja, Lagos

Food Packaging in Nigeria is an essential part of the food industry. It is the process of preserving, protecting, and preparing food for sale, distribution and consumption. It involves the use of containers, wrappers, and labels to store, transport, and display food products. In Nigeria, food packaging is an important aspect of food safety, as it helps to maintain the quality and freshness of the food.

Food packaging in Nigeria is used to protect food from contamination, extend shelf life, and reduce waste. It also helps to improve the visual appeal of the food, making it more attractive to consumers. It is important for food manufacturers to use the right type of packaging materials to ensure the safety of their products. In Nigeria, there are several types of packaging materials used, including plastic, paper, glass, aluminum, and cardboard.

Food packaging in Nigeria also helps to reduce food waste. Packaging helps to extend the shelf life of food products and prevent them from spoiling quickly. This can help to reduce food waste, which can be a major problem in Nigeria.

In conclusion, food packaging in Nigeria is an important part of the food industry. It helps to protect food from contamination, extend shelf life, and reduce waste. It also helps to improve the visual appeal of food products, making them more attractive to consumers.
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