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Let’s take this story back to 1989, when Zenobia, then a baby, would be picky with 90% of food, yet would devour her natural yoghurt. Was it a phase or a permanent appetite? Her parents upon realizing her continuing interest in natural yoghurt, made an effort to make it available for Zenobia’s daily consumption.
Yoghurt became the number 1 food item in the household, made with Zenobia’s father’s unique recipe. In passing, Zenobia’s mother jokingly suggested to her father to commercialize the yoghurt production for others to also have access to.
Zenobia’s father mentioned to his friend, Chakib Ramal (former owner of Ramona Department Stores), his ability to make yoghurt. Fascinated and intrigued, Chakib Ramal made a request. Not taking the request seriously, the yoghurt was not made. Chakib Ramal demanded for his yoghurt the next day. Baffled at his seriousness, yet thrilled that their planted yoghurt seed idea could become a reality, they seized the opportunity, purchased cups and sporadically created and printed labels. The first batch of 50 liters of yoghurt was produced and supplied. To their surprise by the next day, it had sold out and a new order was placed. The little step they took, would become the beginning of a new journey. Zeno’s Yoghurt would be born from this day in 1993!!
Zeno’s officially began producing natural yoghurt in the early 1990’s. At that time, it was the second of its kind in Ghana, to produce natural yoghurt commercially. Its superior natural taste, uniqueness, and quality, gave Zeno’s dominance in market share. The shareholders of Zeno’s had to temporarily relocate outside the shores of Ghana. Production was suspended for a period of time. After a long break, Zeno’s made a strong come back in 2012 and introduced Ghana’s first Greek yoghurt. The company went on to open the first yoghurt bar which has been hugely successful in encouraging yoghurt as a household staple. The yoghurt
bars make beautiful yoghurt creations and encourage customers to try creations
Zeno Enterprise produces and sells natural yoghurt and associated products through retail distribution channels. The company was first founded in 1993, becoming the second company to produce yoghurt commercially in Ghana.
Vision: Becoming Ghana’s most dynamic food company, whilst creating healthy products for consumers.
Mission: Nourish lives by offering great tasting, natural, healthy yoghurt and associated products for a consumer market that is becoming increasingly health conscious.
Core Values: We believe in a business where relationships matter, from our employees, to the environment, to our consumers. We thrive to maintain sincerity, integrity, reliability, and professionalism. We take our time to craft our products with natural ingredients by people who care and have a passion for what they do. Upholding our principles is what drives our company.
The Zeno’s Way
A WAY OF LIFE
Zeno’s has always been my way of life and I have been its best customer! I founded the yoghurt bar to promote and encourage the consumption of real natural yoghurt. The yoghurt bars give me the opportunity to meet Zeno’s customers and create personal relationships with them. For me, its not a business, its my life. I encourage young females to pursue their dreams, even if it is in sectors that are not considered trendy.
Founder of Zeno’s Yoghurt Bar
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Ghana’s first yoghurt Bar and manufacturers of the first Greek yoghurt are set to open their third yoghurt bar. This third location will serve as the flagship store and will be opened in November at the new Palace Mall just in time for the festive season.This follows the success of its two existing yoghurt bars located at A&C Mall and Labone….
The Yoghurt Bar | Zenobia’s Quintessential Innovation
When it was time for her to choose a career in life, people suggested to Zenobia that her natural beauty could earn her everything she wanted in life. Some advised her to participate in beauty pageants, enter the movie industry or even be a broadcaster. But Zenobia was not swayed by these flatteries. She chose to produce…
Zenobia graduated from Wesley Girls High School, Cape Coast in 2006. Upon completion, she took part in a 1-year exchange programme with AFS (American Field Service) in Zürich, Switzerland, where she learned German. She went to France for 7 months to study French wines and cuisine at Gastronomicom, Cap D’Adge. In 2008, she enrolled at the University of Nicosia, Cyprus, where she graduated with a BSc (Summa Cum Laude)…
Zeno’s wins Product Innovation SME Award
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