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FEATURED: Africa Improved Foods to offer free Nootri deliveries to its customers amidst Covid-19 citywide lockdown.

As Rwandans are still taking precaution measures like washing hands with soap and clean water, and mostly practicing social distancing, as well as staying home to avoid the spread of Covid-19, Africa Improved foods Ltd. (AIF), a food processing company in Kigali, has announced that with effect from today it will be offering free delivery services for its Nootri range of products. The deliveries will be made to customers wherever they are in Kigali.

The products manufactured in their processing plant located in Kigali’s Economic zone include porridge flours which are enriched with the vitamins and minerals necessary to improve and maintain one’s health. 


Their range of products is comprised of the vanilla/ strawberry flavored instant cereal “Nootri Qwik”, “Nootri Toto” a nutritious porridge for children above six months, “Nootri Mama” highly recommended for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers as well as “Nootri Family” for the whole family’s consumption.


In order to place your orders, reach out to them on +250783682217. The products will also remain available in stores across Kigali.


In the announcement released earlier today, AIF expressed its appreciation and gratitude to the medical teams working tirelessly to provide medical assistance in the fight against the pandemic and the community health workers providing food to the underserved in this time of need.

Africa Improved Foods is a public-private partnership involving DSM, Government of Rwanda, IFC, CDC Group and FMO. AIF provides a scalable and sustainable solution to malnutrition via local production of highly nutritious foods. Operational since December 2016, AIF is a social enterprise and embedded in its business model is a comprehensive strategy to reduce poverty, create jobs and address stunting and malnutrition through partnerships with nonprofit institutions, such as WFP & Governments, as well as making affordable commercial products for the mass market.

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