Mr. David Kofi Afflu, the General Manager of GBfoods Ghana, has been recognised by the Ghana CEO Summit & Awards and National Fast-Moving Consumer Goods Summit & Awards for his outstanding achievements in the food industry.
Mr. Afflu has been named ‘CEO of the Year, Food Category’ and ‘National FMCG Ultimate Man of the Year’, highlighting his transformational leadership, strategic vision and significant contributions to the FMCG sector.
The Ghana CEO Summit recognises outstanding professionals in their respective sectors, and Mr. Afflu’s selection as ‘CEO of the Year, Food Category’ is a result of his exemplary leadership, strategic acumen and achievements in the food industry. The National Fast-Moving Consumer Goods Summit & Awards recognised Afflu’s exceptional achievements and commitment to driving the success of GBfoods Ghana. His visionary leadership and remarkable accomplishments have positioned the company as a leader in the FMCG market.
“I am deeply honoured to receive these prestigious awards. This recognition is a testament to the entire GBfoods team’s collective efforts. I am incredibly proud of what we have accomplished together, and I am grateful for their unwavering support and dedication. These awards serve as a motivation to continue driving innovation, delivering exceptional products, and shaping the future of the FMCG industry,” Mr. Afflu expressed.
The awards not only recognise Mr. Afflu’s exceptional leadership, but also GBfoods Ghana’s commitment to excellence, innovation and consumer satisfaction. The company has consistently demonstrated its ability to provide high-quality products that celebrate local flavours and resonate with consumers.
Mr. Afflu’s visionary leadership has been instrumental to the company’s success in Ghana. GBfoods Ghana produces Ghana’s favourite Gino and Pomo range of products, which offer consumers a unique combination of local flavours and international standards. The company’s commitment to innovation and consumer satisfaction has also contributed to its success in the market. GBfoods Ghana has consistently delivered exceptional products which meet the needs of consumers and exceed their expectations.
GBfoods Ghana recently expanded its production line by opening a state-of-the-art tomato-canning line in Tema. Built at a total cost of US$5million, this state-of-the-art tomato cannery is aimed at reducing the amount of finished goods imported into the country, thereby offering more employment opportunities to Ghanaians.