- A young man named Derrick Yiiyi Annoh who graduated from the University of Ghana is on the quest to build the biggest snack brand in the world
- The brand named Sparkxxfnb already has varieties including Sprinkles Coconut Flakes, Raznuts, Tainers Plantain Chips, Ye Cassava chips and Ye Sweet Potato chips
- Ghana's Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, recently met the ambitious CEO to give an account of his observation
Derrick Yiiyi Annoh, an ambitious young graduate from the University of Ghana is on the mission to build the most popular brand of snack in the entire world.
Alluding to this in a post on his verified Twitter handle, Ghana's Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, added a photo of himself and the gentleman along with the product.
The snack called Sparkxxfnb comprises Sprinkles Coconut Flakes, Raznuts, Tainers Plantain Chips, Ye Cassava chips and Ye Sweet Potato chips.
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So far, the official Twitter page only has almost a thousand likes but the ambitious CEO is determined to push his product all around the globe.
With the help of trusted friends, and a focus on the dream, Derrick Yiiyi Annoh has started small and is gradually making his way up the ladder of success.
"He believes GH has the capacity to produce some of the finest vegetable snacks the world has ever seen and is on a quest to prove just that," the information minister said.
See the post below:
What social media users are saying
Below were some pleasant thoughts from Ghanaians about the ambitious venture.
I love the packaging. That alone can cause an invitation to treat. Keep it up bro
It's all about branding and packaging
Chocolate Log discontinued, SA not happy
Nestlé has announced its decision to pull the Chocolate Log from shelves. The company revealed South Africans will no longer see the snack in stores from August this year.
The beloved chocolate has been a popular snack in South Africa for the past 50 years. Nestlé thanked its loyal customers for their support in a statement announcing the 'retirement' of the Chocolate Log.
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Source: Briefly News