GB Foods Ghana Ltd celebrates Mother’s Day with new mums at Mamprobi, Suntreso and Tamale Teaching Hospital


GB Foods Ghana Limited, manufacturers of Gino and Pomo range of products celebrated this year’s Mother’s Day with women in the post-natal care of Mamprobi Polyclinic in Accra, the Suntreso General Hospital in Kumasi, and the Tamale Teaching hospital.

GB foods recognizes the important role of mothers/mother figures and their contribution in influencing the formative years of their children. The management and staff of GB foods used this opportunity to honor mothers for their hard work and sacrifices in nurturing the younger generations.

As a brand that truly cares, Gino decided to take advantage of this celebration to do something special for mothers who welcomed their children during this period. This gesture is to show  appreciation to consumers for the immerse support for Gino.

Speaking at the event, Fifi Intsiaba Category Manager for GB Foods, expressed his appreciation to all the women and congratulated them on behalf of the management and staff of Gbfoods.

Medical Superintendent at the Mamprobi Polyclinic- Charlotte Baaba Cato, Mavis Dakota Midwifery officer at the Suntreso general hospital and Emmanuella Anara medical officer at the Tamale Teaching hospital all commended GB Foods for this important gesture as it has will leave a lasting memory for all the mothers.

A beneficiary expressed her gratitude to Gino for this heartwarming visit and Hampers that was gifted her on the occasion of her first birth, she also Testified to quality of Gino tomato mix and their range of products.

The mothers, numbering 60 together with 30 nurses at the wards collectively thanked GB Foods for the hampers and products donated to their health care facility.

Gino truly cares and that is why we are providing them with nutritious foods to help them replenish all the energy lost during childbirth. This is our little way of showing our appreciation and support to the new mothers during this very special time in their lives”, Fifi Intsiaba added.

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