Zambian Breweries has partnered with the Ministry of Health (MoH) and industry stakeholders to up the ante in the fight against COVID-19.As Zambia braces itself for the 4th wave and works to contain the Omicron variant the Company teamed up with the Ministry, the Bars and Night Clubs Owners Association of Zambia (BNCOAZ), and the Lusaka City Council (LCC) in a COVID-19 community sensitization drive in Chawama where they further distributed kits consisting of hand sanitisers and face masks to
Zambian Breweries has engaged the Bars and Nightclub Owners Association of Zambia in the context of the current supply challenges and price volatility in the market in the run-up to the festival season and beyond. Zambian Breweries has acknowledged that 2020 has not been a good year of business because of COVID-19 and the imposed restrictions that disrupted scheduled projects to expand brewery capacity and increase production to meet anticipated future demand. However, now that the markets are open across the region
Zambian Breweries has introduced e-commerce to its distribution channels to encourage customers to enjoy responsibly at home amid the COVID-19 pandemic. “It’s not something that we have been doing a lot in the past; we just started. Together with our partners, we’re trying to encourage people that if you don’t want to go out, but you still want to have our products at home, you can place your order online,” said Zambian Breweries Country Director Jose Moran. The country’s largest brewing company
“We are using digital technology to communicate with farmers to avoid mass gathering, on one end, and encourage social distancing, on the other end,” said Zambian Breweries agriculture manager Chris Nicolle.