Expect no price hikes or shortages (except rice, pasta) from us - Tiger Brands
The company – South Africa’s biggest food manufacturer – is struggling to meet the demand for rice and pasta.
It is, however, meeting demand for all its other products and expects to be able to maintain a steady supply throughout lockdown and during the rest of April and May.
Tiger Brands is the owner of brands such as Black Cat, Jungle Oats and Enterprise.
For more detail, read "We're living hand to mouth to supply rice, pasta to customers - Tiger Brands CEO".
The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield interviewed Noel Doyle, CEO at Tiger Brands.
We have absolute certainty in our ability to supply until the end of May…Noel Doyle, CEO - Tiger Brands
Our staff has really answered the President’s call to action… We’re incentivising people, but I think the President’s messages have been inspiring…Noel Doyle, CEO - Tiger Brands
Our civil service has really risen to the challenge, in my view.Noel Doyle, CEO - Tiger Brands
Listen to the interview in the audio below.
This article first appeared on CapeTalk : Expect no price hikes or shortages (except rice, pasta) from us - Tiger Brands
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