Abusi plantain chips.
The taste of the pudding is in the eating. So it is with Abusi plantain chips, a daily food product made for all ages except babies who are yet to grow teeth and the very elderly that have lost majority of their teeth due to indulged lifestyle at their youth.
As a matter of fact, the chips are eaten at any time of the day and all seasons as occasion demands for one to have that tasty and crunchy experience which testify evidence of good living in a natural way of satisfying a healthy appetite to fill the stomach.
The plantain chips are produced under a healthy, hygienic and neat environment with modern, gilt-hedged equipment and machines.
According to the management of Abusi, the raw materials of plantain, onions, pepper, ginger and garlic used for the production of the chips are organically grown and sourced from the farms directly.
From the experience of those polled who have eaten the chips, they are 100% natural without any additives or preservatives.
The chips also come in three variants of Unripe plantain chips (plain); Unripe plantain chips (ginger) and Ripe plantain chips (pepper).
The unforgettable experience of most people who eat the chips, according to our Correspondent’s random sampling, is that they are nutritious, crispy, crunchy and tasty.
Above all, the products have NAFDAC approval and are bar coded for easy sale at the shops, malls supermarkets and groceries.
The chips are packaged and sold in Nigeria, United Kingdom, (UK), Germany, Austria, Spain, USA and some select other European and African countries, too numerous to mention here, in mini packs containing 10 pieces and stacking nylon bags containing 50 pieces.
To place your orders please visit the factory/warehouse at ABUSI FOODS Company, No. 10, Oredola Street, off Ogo-Oluwa Street, Olopa Bus Stop, Ajuwon, near Iju Water Works, Lagos or visit any outlet grocery shop near you in your country, or call these numbers: +234 808 499 6253 and 805 569 6321 for someone to guide you on how to begin to enjoy this sweet sensation.
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