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Mcphilix Foods: Ghana’s Premier Best Local And Exotic Food Destination

Mcphilix Foods: Ghana’s Premier Best Local And Exotic Food Destination

Mcphilix Foods, Ghanaian food company that serves the best local and exotic cuisine, has been named the best food destination in Ghana, Africa.
Certified and Approved by the Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) the fully Ghanaian-owned company aims to provide the best locally made plantain chips and other varieties of local snacks to Africa, particularly Ghanaians.

With the distinct vision of becoming the premier producer focused on providing quality, safe, and convenient plantain chips and other locally produced snacks to customers worldwide.

They aim to improve the lives and livelihoods of young people by providing opportunities for growth and development.

McPhilix Foods sells a variety of snacks made from plantains, flour, and peanuts. The plantain chips are the premium snack. Unripped plantain chips (Bode3), ripped plantain chips (Kokoo), kelewele spiced ripped plantain chips, and shredded unripped plantain chips are all available.

The other products made from peanuts are the roasted peanuts, peanut butter, cinnamon coated peanuts, granola, chin chin (atsormor), flour chips, and Shito.

McPhilix Bakery is a sub-section of McPhilix foods that offers pastries such as bread, meat pie, ring donuts, rock buns, and so on.

Aside from the bakery, there is also a cafeteria serving traditional Ghanaian dishes like jollof rice and beans with plantain (Gob3).

The Management team, which includes the CEO, Manager, and Supervisor, is in charge of the day-to-day operations of the company.

To ensure customer satisfaction, the company employs well-trained sales personnel who provide excellent customer service.

Their well-trained kitchen staff ensures that the kitchen runs smoothly and that our customers receive quality, well-prepared products.

McPhilix Foods began as a tabletop business in October 2015, selling various varieties of plantain chips.

They have grown their customer base both locally and internationally over the years

They hope to become a household name in Ghana and throughout Africa.


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