Unilever makes and sells products under more than 400 brand names worldwide. Two billion people use them on any given day. Here is a selection of our top brands, available in many countries, along with the stories behind them.
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A familiar name in African households, Blue Band has been used since 1955 on breakfast tables. Indeed, for school children especially, it is a constant companion in their lockers to supplement the taste of food and spread on the innumerable loaves of bread that must be consumed the whole school term!
Knorr’s range includes soups, bouillon cubes and stock pots, meal makers, sauces, seasonings and snacks that are designed to bring flavour to dishes using short cuts that people feel good about.
Since its launch in England in 1895, Lifebuoy has evolved to become the world’s best-selling, trusted germ-protection soap. Lifebuoy aims to bring better hygiene to communities all over the world. The brand actively promotes hygiene awareness by supporting Global Handwashing Day, and through their ‘Help A Child Reach 5’ and ‘School of Five’ campaigns. Lifebuoy has reached over 337 million people globally with its life-saving message about the importance of proper handwashing.
OMO was first registered in the United Kingdom in 1908 and launched in Kenya in 1953 making it the oldest laundry powder brand in the country. The acronym OMO which is a household name stands for “Old Mother Owl”.
Rexona is the world’s No. 1 anti-perspirant/deodorant offering protection against sweat and body odour, and was launched in Kenya in May 2011.
Royco is a food additive that has been in the market for almost three decades and has been a true partner in the kitchen – transforming ordinary meals into finger licking ones.
Vaseline Petroleum Jelly has been around since the 1880s and women all over the world have embraced it as a beauty staple for years – helping them master everything from unruly eyebrows to long-lasting blush.
Fair & Lovely was launched Kenya in 1993 to meet your need for a clear, gentle and flawless complexion. Fair and Lovely is the No. 1 fairness cream. It has proven its safety and effectiveness with millions of women all over the world.
Did you know that Sunlight was the world's first packaged, branded laundry soap, originally produced by the Lever Brothers in 1884?
Geisha was first launched in South Africa in 1960. It was launched in Kenya in 1993. It has grown very quickly to become the no. 1 toilet soap in this market, a position which it holds to date.