In the quest to help Lagosians simplify and accommodate their busy and stressful lifestyle while eating healthy the meals of their choice, the idea of “Soup Factory” was born. The founders are food lovers who think others should not miss out because of their work or career demands. Sunday is an Engineer, Entrepreneur and a Technologist with telecoms background who acquired MBA from the University of Liverpool. Jennifer who is married to Sunday has a combined background in catering, hotel management and hospitality, with a BSc in International Relations.
Soup factory exists to offer busy individuals living in the urban areas especially Lagos; tasty and homely made soups, stews, and pepper soups. Through our eCommerce platform, we offer a wide variety of affordable and richly made home meals garnished with all sort of proteins and freshly sorted condiments. We are aware of your time constraint from busy life schedule, work stress, traffic congestion delays, and phobia for local market; hence, we bridge that gap with all the delicacies you will need to feel at home and relax. That said, and to avoid eating out and spending big, we hygienically provide you the option of eating your favorite swallows at home.
We believe in business with integrity and professionalism. Our watchword is for you to spend less, eat well, and look healthy. Like the saying goes, cleanliness is next to Godliness, and health is wealth. Our differentiating factors lies within our core values which are Hygiene, Quality Taste, Integrity, & Professionalism. We ensure you get the homely taste, like mamas through our partnered delivery logistics to your doorstep. You don’t need to bother on the hassle of the roads nor the time you will spend to go to the market, we take care of your worries while you focus on other important things. These values give us an edge with other food vendors within the Lagos metropolis.
So far, we have successfully delivered our products across different parts of Lagos state ranging from the axis of Lagos mainland and the islands. We also considered the flexibility of self-pick-ups for our customers who are in proximity to our kitchen to help them save their delivery fees. Basically, our business model is focused on “Business to Consumers – B2C” with an estimated projection of 15-25% profit margin on product orders depending on the volume of the orders. We expect that when the business grows and expands, projected profit margins on products could reach 30% because of the economy of scale on raw materials and total volume of production.
While we are aware that food business is a very sensitive one, a continuous patronage from our esteemed customers shows that we are on the right track; and also encourages us with better days ahead to compete with the existing vendors who offer similar products and services.
Hence, if you are craving for that delicious Nigerian homemade soups with fresh vegetables and mouthwatering ingredients, www.soupfactory.com.ng is your one-stop shop for your richly nutritious and favorite Nigerian soups, stews, and pepper soups.
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