Top 5 Biscuit Companies in Ghana (2022)

Biscuits are one of the most popular snacks consumed in the streets of Ghana. They are tasty, contain fewer calories and cost way less than other snacks in the same category.

Today, there are many biscuits brands in Ghana including indigenous brands and foreign brands, however, only a few of these brands make some of the best biscuits consumed in the country.

Biscuit Companies in ghana

Here is our selection of the Top 5 biscuit companies in Ghana that you should try out.

  1. Piccadilly Biscuits Limited

Piccadilly Biscuits Limited is one of the leading biscuit companies in Ghana and one of the few biscuit companies indigenous to Ghana. The company was founded over 60 years ago by Dr. Samir Eid, a reputable baker in Ghana. Piccadilly has produced some of the best nutritious biscuits sold in Ghana and other African countries.

Unlike other brands, Piccadilly biscuits have improved in taste and nutrition over the years while their prices still remain affordable. This is due to its team of highly-skilled professionals who ensure that the company maintains its quality, freshness, and tastiness.

One of the popular biscuits brands produced by Piccadilly is the COREEN biscuit or as it is fondly called “HYE ME MA”. This biscuit is extremely popular among students and many other Ghanaians who only settle for quality biscuits.

The company also has other popular biscuit brands like DIGESTIVE, MALT & MILK, and ALL TIME biscuits that are widely accepted all over Ghana.

Another popular brand that makes for one of the most gifted biscuits during the holidays is the Piccadilly GEM biscuits. These biscuits are quite different from the others as they are produced with a unique recipe that is over 150 years old. The recipe first used in Ghana by the company’s founder as early as the 1960s.

  1. McVities

McVities is one of the oldest biscuit brands in the world and also one of the most popular. The company was named after the founder Robert McVities who started off as an apprentice baker and later went on to create one of the best biscuits in history.

Today, McVitie’s is sold in almost all the countries in the world including Ghana where it is widely accepted.

The company boasts of one of the most impressive product lineups with most of its products ranking as some of the best selling biscuits in Ghana and other parts of the world.

Below is a list of all the biscuit and cake brands sold by McVitie’s

  • Jaffa Cakes
  • Chocolate Digestives Nibbles
  • Thins
  • Chocfilled
  • Digestives
  • Rich Tea
  • Hobnobs
  • Club
  • Penguin
  • Gold
  • Ginger Nuts
  • Fruit Shortcake
  • Minis
  • Gems
  • Lights
  • Boasters
  • Cookies
  • Assortments
  • Jamaica Ginger
  1. Parle

Parle is a world-leading biscuit brand in Ghana. This biscuit is so popular that you can find many of their products ranking as the best selling in any market.

The company began in 1929 in India and currently boasts of the world’s largest selling biscuit, Parle-G. They are also India‚Äôs leading manufacturer of biscuits and related products.

Unlike other brands, Parle places more emphasis on quality, nutrition, and superior taste which is one of the many reasons why their biscuits not only outsell other foreign brands in Ghana but also many indigenous brands.

Over the years, the company has expanded beyond biscuits to other products like confectionery, rusk, snacks, and pulses. Below are some of their popular products.

Biscuits

  • Parle BakeSmith Arovita
  • Hide & Seek Chocolate Chips
  • Magix Creme Orange Rectangle
  • Monaco Sixer
  • Monaco Pizza

Confectionery

  • Kismi
  • Kismi Rosemilk
  • 2 in 1 Eclairs
  • Orange Bite
  • Londonderry

Rusk

  • Cake Rusk
  • Premium Rusk Real Elaichi
  • Premium Rusk Milk
  • Garlic Beast Toast

Snacks

  • Cheesy Bites
  • Mexitos Nacho Chips Nacho Cheese
  • Mexitos Nacho Chips Nacho Tomatino
  • Massia Crunch
  1. Beloxxi Industries Ltd

Beloxxi Industries Ltd is a leading manufacturer of fast-moving goods, popularly known for their tasty range of Cream Crackers. Initially, the company focused on the importation and distribution of internationally branded biscuits but later moved into local production.

Beloxxi’s Cream Crackers are ranked above many others due to their quality, taste, and nutrition. Over the years, the company has continuously improved its standards to match world-class biscuit manufacturing companies which is why it still remains one of the best biscuit companies in Ghana and other parts of Africa.

  1. Kellogg

Kellogg is a multinational food manufacturing company established in 1906. The company was founded in by Will Keith (W.K.) Kellogg and Dr. John Harvey Kellogg whom both invented the flaked cereal that Kellogg is well known. Over the years, the company expanded and went into the production of other edibles including biscuits. Today, it is one of the largest food manufacturing companies in the world with a presence in almost all the continents of the world.

Kellogg’s product lineup includes the following brands.

  • Kellogg’s Special
  • Cheez It
  • Pringels
  • Austin
  • Morning Start Farms
  • Carrs
  • Garden Burger
  • Frosted Mini Wheats
  • Rice krispies
  • Pop Tarts
  • Eggs
  • All Bran (Original)
  • Nutri Grain
  • Frosted Flakes
  • Crunchy Nut
  • Krave
  • Coco Pops
  • Froots Loops
  • Corn Flakes
  • Corn Pops
  • Fiber Plus

Kellogg brands are very much popular in Ghana as they are in other parts of the world, however, its Coco Pops, Corn Flakes, and Pringles brands could be considered as its best-selling products in the country. Overall, the company still remains one of the best biscuit companies in Ghana due to the outstanding quality and the premium taste of their products.

Wrapping Up

So there you have the top biscuit companies in Ghana. Some of these companies are well-known all over the world and probably, you may have tasted one or two of their biscuits. Overall, Parle, Paccidilly, and McVitie’s remain the market leaders in Ghana as they make some of the most nutritious biscuits you can snack on any day and anytime.

 

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