Keells Food Products bags two CNCI Achiever awards

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Keells Food Products (KFP) was recognized at the recently concluded CNCI Achiever Awards 2014 held at the Cinnamon Grand Colombo, organized by the Ceylon National Chamber of Industries. KFP was awarded the CNCI Bronze Award in the Extra Large Manufacturing Sector, National Level and the CNCI Top Ten Award in the Extra Large Category. Keells Food Products manufactures a range of processed meats and crumbed products under the much-loved brands, Keells, Elephant House Sausages and Krest. The Ceylon National Chamber of Industries has been organizing the CNCI Achiever Awards for the past 13 years in order to recognize and reward local entities for industrial and service excellence. This year too applicants were evaluated on criteria such as Financial Performance, Sales and Marketing Strategy execution, Research and Development excellence, Quality Assurance and Certifications, and Environmental and Social Responsibility commitment towards the community of the business organization. Speaking about this milestone achievement Mr Neil Samarasinghe, Head of Sales and Marketing at Keells Food Products PLC and Vice President of John Keells Holdings said, “It is an honor to be awarded for the 3rd consecutive year amongst a host of industry leaders in the extra-large manufacturing industry category which is indeed a noteworthy achievement. This award has proved how consumer centric we are and maintains utmost care to give the best to our consumers. We believe that this achievement will inspire and encourage our teams to improve in every aspect, be it business, sales, R&D, quality assurance or CSR,” he added. Keells Foods as the market leader in the Sri Lankan processed meat industry and its products are with the highest quality and taste and conform to industry standards. Keells started its operations in the year 1983, and takes pride in being solely responsible for developing the Sri Lankan Processed Meats industry to its current heights.