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Mrs Roberta Oyedokun

Nigerian baby food gets U.S., SON safety certification

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By Oluwafunke Ishola

A Nigerian natural baby food, Moppet, has received the Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON) and United States’ Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) certifications.

This is contained in a statement issued in Lagos on Monday by Founder of Moppet Foods, Mrs Roberta Oyedokun.

Oyedokun said that the achievement had set a new standard for food safety in the country and would contribute to building a more secure and sustainable food system for all.

According to her, the recognition underscores a commitment to upholding the highest international standards for food safety and exceeding expectations for quality and hygiene in the Nigerian market.

“This is a reflection of the quality process we have put in place to ensure that we constantly give the best to our customers.

”The accreditation also shows our company’s commitment to food safety, quality and excellence, and we will not relent in making sure children across the globe have access to safe, nutritious, natural and top-quality food,” she said.

Oyedokun also said that the accreditation was a testament to the customers that they were receiving the highest quality and safest products available.

”We are proud to be making positive impact in the Nigerian food industry. By setting a high standard for food safety, we contribute to the overall growth and development of the industry.

”This accreditation opens doors to new business opportunities and strengthens our position as a reliable supplier,” she said.

Oyedokun stated that the company had expanded to more than 28 states and 5,000 malls and supermarkets across the country.

She said that the company’s dedicated team was continuously working to identify and implement best practices to further enhance food safety protocols.

Oyedokun advised food producers to establish and maintain comprehensive food safety processes and standards across the entire supply chain, if they wanted to be accredited.

This, according to her, improves operational efficiency and saves cost. (NAN)(www.nannews.ng)

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Edited by Deborah Coker and ‘Wale Sadeeq

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