Since its incorporation in 1960, developing the capacity of local production has been a key focus of the FMN business operation in Nigeria. For more than five decades, the leading food and agro-allied business in Nigeria has invested billions of dollars in the Nation’s quest to produce high quality and affordable products from local raw materials. This is in order to boost self-sufficiency, diversify the economy, reduce the nation’s reliance on imports, save foreign exchange, and provide the nation with valuable exports. Today, several products from the dominant food and agro-allied company in Nigeria are the embodiment of Made-in-Nigeria. TFI High-Quality Cassava Flour, Golden Penny Oil, and Golden Penny Sugar are produced from scratch to seal by raw materials that are locally sourced to meet the nation’s demand for quality and affordability giving previously dominant imports a run for their money. High-Quality Cassava Flour is milled at Thai Farm International in Ososa, Ogun State with raw materials from Shao Farm. Shao Farm is the largest commercial cassava farm in Nigeria with over 5,000 hectares of arable land in Shao village just outside Ilorin, Kwara State. The harvested cassava tubers are supplied primarily to Thai Farm International (TFI) cassava flour plant . Today, FMN is the largest producer of High-Quality Cassava Flour in the country. Golden Penny Soya Oil, Golden Penny Pure Vegetable Oil, and Golden Penny Margarine are produced at ROM Oil. The Mill in Ibadan, Oyo State operates one of the largest new generation multi oil complexes not only in Nigeria, but the continent as a whole. Premium soya oil is extracted from soybeans sourced from our farm at Kaboji, Niger State and also from farmers all across the middle belt of Nigeria. In June 2015 when Central Bank added Margarine to its not-valid-for-forex list, FMN prevented the void that would have been felt by becoming the first company in Nigeria to produce Margarine locally. In continuation of these commitments to the Nigerian economy, FMN is a key participant and sponsor of the ongoing 22nd National Economic Summit. This year’s summit tagged “Made-in-Nigeria” seeks to explore vast opportunities inherent in the economy that would be unlocked by a shift of mindset and preference from foreign products. On Monday, 10th of October, 2016, President Muhammadu Buhari GCFR declared the summit open and embarked on an exhibition tour with his ministers to see the various companies that have demonstrated a commitment to Made-in-Nigeria. He made his first stop at the foremost food and agro-allied company in Nigeria. The Chairman, Mr. John G. Coumantaros was on hand to show Mr. President the tangible results of FMN’s commitments to Made-in-Nigeria. Expectations are high for the 22nd Nigerian Economic Summit tagged Made-in-Nigeria. However, it is another reminder that the growth of the economy is a collective responsibility. With continuing commitments from all quarters, Nigeria’s quest for self-sustenance is closer than ever. Read more stories from FMN FMN CHAIRMAN LEADS PLENARY SESSION AT THE SECOND E...FEEDING THE NATION IN THE TIME OF RECESSION – MR...FMN COMMENCES THE BUILDING OF A VOCATIONAL CENTRE ...FMN PRODUCES FIRST FEMALE GRADUATE OF AFRICAN MILL...THREE BRANDS THAT YOU MAY HAVE NEVER ASSOCIATED WI...THE MEMORIAL SERVICE OF GEORGE STAVROS COUMANTAROS...EQUIPPING ONESELF IS THE KEY TO SUCCESSTHE EXIT OF AN INDUSTRY ICON This entry was posted in General. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post. Post a comment or leave a trackback: Trackback URL. « FMN 56TH ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING • THE EXIT OF AN INDUSTRY ICON » 11 Comments olayemi Tolu Posted October 14, 2016 at 2:41 am | Permalink Pls how can you help young farmers to grow. Kindly notify me any time of any opportunity. Especially for rice farmers . Reply Flour Mills Nigeria Posted November 10, 2016 at 12:10 pm | Permalink Hello Tolu, Thank you for your interest in FMN. We are currently not focused on rice production but we have agro support products that can improve your farm yields. Kindly drop your contact details (Full name, Email, Phone number and location). An officer from FMN will contact you as soon as possible. Have a great day! Reply mumeen yusuf Posted October 16, 2016 at 5:32 am | Permalink Iam also a farmer, the owner of Ladan farm ltd, located at km13 along abuja-keffi road. Will like to know more about FMN since am just hearing about it for the first time in her 56 years of excistence. Reply Flour Mills Nigeria Posted November 10, 2016 at 12:11 pm | Permalink Hello Mumeen Yusuf, Thank you for your interest in FMN. We will be glad to tell you about what FMN has done in the last 56 years and abundant opportunities you can benefit from. Kindly share your contact details (Full name, Email, Phone number and location). An officer from the company will contact you as soon as possible. Have a great day! Reply Adebayo Posted October 17, 2016 at 6:31 am | Permalink Pls kindly help direct me to the department where I can get help to utilize my had earn research programs on cheap feeds production in Nigeria, to easily become a success story. Reply Flour Mills Nigeria Posted November 10, 2016 at 12:11 pm | Permalink Hello Adebayo, Thank you for your interest in partnering with FMN. Kindly share your contact details ((Full name, Email, Phone number and location) with us. An officer from our feeds milling division will contact you as soon as possible. Have a great day! Reply oduntan wasiu olasile Posted October 20, 2016 at 9:57 am | Permalink how can I join d company by selling ur product. Reply Flour Mills Nigeria Posted November 10, 2016 at 12:12 pm | Permalink Hello Oduntan Wasiu Olasile, Thank you for your interest in partnering with FMN. Kindly share your contact details ((Full name, Email, Phone number and location) with us. An officer from the company will contact you as soon as possible. Have a great day! Reply ALIU JAMIU ALAO Posted December 19, 2016 at 3:11 am | Permalink Goodmorning Sir, I am extracting crude soya oil using an oil extractor,it is a new business and I am having problem in selling my crude soya oil as a result of low in production due to small financial investment in geting the raw material.Most of the company I contacted require 1000 tonnes which I cant meet up.can you asist in any means Sir. Reply Muritala Ismaila Kajola Posted January 3, 2017 at 7:48 am | Permalink I need more details about Shao cassava farm,kwara state. Reply Rotimi Ogunleye Posted January 16, 2017 at 8:13 am | Permalink I just joined the league of poultry farmers with a small capacity of 10,000 birds in Ibadan. I buy average of 30 bags per day of 25Kg-bags Grower feed at the moment with projected increase up to 40 bags per day within the next two weeks. One of our 2017 strategic objectives is to increase our production to 20,000 birds by June which imply doubling our feed requirement. Please can you advise me on getting your “Topfeed” products directly from your company in Ibadan? The prices your middle men are very high and discouraging. Sourcing directly will ultimately keep me in business. Please revert as quick as possible Thank you Reply Post a Comment Click here to cancel reply. Your email is never published nor shared. Required fields are marked * Name * Email * Website Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.