Our products are available in all major stores across the country.
Yes, our facility and processes have gone through the most rigorous inspection and certification by the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) and assigned the following registration approval numbers E1-5220 & E1-5003L
Our distributorship is open to everyone as long as you have ample storage, truck for pickup from our factory and you're not too close to our existing distributors. We are also open to discuss various options of distributorship and partnership.
We have various payment options to our esteemed customers from cash on delivery, to card payment, internet banking, bank transfers and money agent transfer.
Idiaro Premium Water originates from specially selected water sources and is then purified through a rigorous purification process. This purification process includes reverse osmosis and other filtering and purification methods. It removes things like chlorides, salts and other substances that can affect a water’s taste. Every drop of Idiaro Water is produced at one of our water purification centers. That’s how you know you’re getting pure water and perfect taste consistently every time you open an Idiaro Premium Water. Anytime, anywhere.
Yes, you are welcome to visit our factory during any working days.
Please note that there are restricted areas in our factory that will not be opened to public and you might be subjected to some screening before gaining access to unrestricted areas.
While other brands of bottled water may also have similar purification steps such as reverse osmosis and ozonation, Idiaro Premium water has an extensive purification system that delivers pure water with perfect taste. At Idiaro Water, we understand that when you pay for bottled water, you expect consistent purity and great taste. That’s why we have invested tens of millions of Naira in purification processes and exceeds purity standards set by the NAFDAC.
Reverse osmosis (RO) uses semi-permeable membranes with smaller pore sizes than microfiltration, ultrafiltration and nanofiltration to remove unwanted substances in the water, like sodium and chloride.