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“As a national top product, Moutai plays a special role in various political, economic, military, diplomatic, and cultural events of the contemporary China, witnesses the shining history moments, and demonstrates the charm of Chinese liquor culture, attracting much attention from the world”
“Of the 6000 companies researched during the past for BEE status by Impumelelo, Iqlaas Foods qualified in the top 300 and where nominated for contributions to broad-based black economic empowerment and transformation for the 6th consecutive year. Iqlaas Foods is also a supplier to all major retailers, wholesalers and caterers”
“As you enjoy your cup of herbal tea, you will be able to realize that the soothing effect of the beverage is a product of careful processing. Health and taste are combined together, making it one of the best beverages that will not be soothing and relaxing but will also be great for health”
“I believe there is going to be a massive shift in the eating patterns of meat products. Consumers are looking for appetising meat alternatives that are considered healthier and less taxing on the environment”
“With every bottle of wine sold, an allocated amount of the profits will go back to fund community projects such as providing schools with better resources and learning materials”
“I believe guests are definitely more demanding, because they know what they want. They are well read with a bigger focus and awareness on health and nutrition”
“Consumers are diverse and a “one size fits all” approach will not work. Hence, it is important to: Innovate by incorporating local ingredients, develop suitable distribution channels to reach targeted consumers and partner with established local manufacturer/distributors to facilitate integration”
“We will constantly strive to improve our leadership position and grow our superior quality products with a commitment to customer satisfaction that is second to none. “
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