Domino's Pizza is a renowned global leader in pizza, while Cold Stone Creamery is bringing to Nigeria's shores the best variants of ice-cream and cake.
Speaking at the launch in Lagos, Chief Executive Officer of the company, Mr Jean-Claude Meyer said the introduction of the brands was sequel to his company's efforts to serve Nigerians with varieties of food in line with their demands.
He said the development is Eat 'n' Go's first step in its mission to become the premier food supplier in Sub-Saharan Africa.
He said, "The confidence and entrepreneurial mindsets of these two brands must be commended here today as they accompany us on daily basis to transfer their knowhow to our teams comprised exclusively of extremely motivated Nigerian individuals.
"We also want to assure each and everyone of our commitment to the nation, as barely a year after incorporation, Eat 'n' Go already relied on over 80 employees, amongst which up to 14 have been trained for up to six weeks in the US or other parts of the world, and we do not intend to stop at that."
Also speaking, Managing Director Eat 'n' Go Ltd, Mr. Eric Andre said though two outlets of the brands are confined to Victoria Island and Lekki areas of Lagos, plans are underway to extend them to other parts of the country.
He said, "Eat 'n' Go is keen to excite your taste buds and wet your appetite with these diverse global brands and all this is done in line with our core values: putting people first, demanding for integrity, striving for customer loyalty, delivering with hustle and positive energy and winning by improving results every day."