In a bid to find out what users of a leading rice brand had to say after blind-testing Spekko Rice, the brand enlisted the Home Tester Club to conduct research amongst their members during September 2015. The result: 8 out of 10 Home Tester Club members said that they would switch to Spekko.
In a “Salute to moms’ unconditional love for their families”, Spekko Rice’s new TV commercial launched ahead of Mother’s Day on national television and on social media. The message is clear: Spekko makes 4 Cups of Love.
In another milestone for Spekko Rice, the brand is sponsoring the first Afrikaans food-theatre production ever.
In an incredible first for the brand, Spekko Rice’s television commercial “Spekkoliciously Gooooood” was voted amongst the 10 Best Liked Ads for Q4 2013 from Millward Brown .
Price of imported rice declines - Ghana
22/02/2016 - 09:39
For the third week of February, imported rice recorded the highest drop of twenty percent.
India prepares tough drought measures
31/07/2012 - 08:16
New Delhi - Indian ministers will meet on Tuesday to discuss measures to deal with a feared drought, including curbs on commodity derivatives, extra subsidies to farmers and the distribution of seeds, but are not expected to ban farm exports.
Slowdown in spending hits Pioneer Foods
19/03/2012 - 08:53
Pioneer Foods said in a trading update on Friday that revenue rose 13% in the five months to the end of February, but volumes fell by an average 4%-6% in the group’s product basket on lower consumer spending.
US forecasts easing in food prices
24/02/2012 - 09:48
Arlington - Global crop prices will retreat sharply this year as farmers around the world expand production, bringing stability back to commodity markets and easing food inflation fears, the US government forecast on Thursday.
Weaker economy dampens food prices
01/02/2012 - 07:37
Washington - Global food prices are set to decline further in 2012 as a weaker world economy dampens consumer demand while food supplies rise, the World Bank said on Tuesday, warning that a possible rise in oil prices could reverse the trend.