Some products in Ghana are so popular that they do not need advertising to succeed.
Garri has been a commercial success since we started consuming it centuries ago. It "sells itself" on the market.
2. St. Louis Cube Sugar
Simply known as "Cube Sugar", St Louis is has been popular on the market like forever.
Shea butter sells like hot cake although it has never been advertised.
It is so popular that many Ghanaians think every toothpaste is called Pepsodent.
5. Geisha Mackerel
Because it has been around for ages, Many Ghanaians assume that Geisha is a synonym for Mackerel.
Almost every soup or stew we eat has "Maggi" in it. It sells like magic without adverts.
7. Titus sardine
Titus sardine has been a commercial success since it was introduced to the Ghanaian market dedicates ago. It is not known to have been advertised, but it rocks.