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Supermalt Fashion Showcase

Supermalt Fashion Showcase



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Our Story


Developed in the 1960’s, Supermalt & malt drinks were originally used by the Nigerian Army as a dietary supplement, to re-energise the troops. Supermalt sales spread across Africa and the Caribbean throughout the decade, arriving in the UK in 1978.

The mass migration of Afro-Caribbean people to the UK during the 1950’s and 1960’s (the ‘Windrush Generation’, who came to the UK to help fill Britain’s post-war labour requirements), and the resulting population growth during the 1970’s as they settled and started families, led to Supermalt becoming an integral part of the Afro-Caribbean diet. Traditional Caribbean fruit and vegetables were often expensive and hard to find, and Supermalt provided a cheap source of B-Vitamins and nutrition and as alternative to alcoholic beverages.

Supermalt is loved by many. It is consumed for a number of reasons, including the reason that it gives older Afro-Carribeans a feeling of a product from the place they were born. Furthermore, Supermalt can almost always be found at an Afro-Caribbean party! The packaging has changed little over the years, as consumers tell us they love the heritage of the product and don’t want ‘their drink’ to change.

Bringing Supermalt into the present day the drink is still enjoyed by consumers at both big religious festivals like Easter and Christmas, community and family events and for every day general consumption. Social media has been embraced by Supermalt to allow us to develop an even closer connection with our consumers, who continue to provide valuable feedback on the brand that they know and love.

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Our Vision

Check out our collaboration with UK Afrobeat artist Sona

Supermalt Art Exhibition


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Our gallery page has a collection of images from across our social media platforms and also some of our favourites that have been shared by our fans and followers. You can send in your pictures to and they could be posted here.



For all enquiries please get in touch via email. However, due to the large volume of emails we receive, please bare with us as we work to reply to your valued messages and feedback.

Supermalt UK Ltd

The Old Truman Brewery, 91 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL

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