Over time, the biscuits gained popularity in various parts of the world, including Africa, where they were introduced in the 1950s. The biscuits were a hit among the locals, particularly in West Africa, where they were widely consumed and enjoyed as a snack.
In Nigeria, Cabin Biscuit became a household name in the 1970s and 1980s, and the brand became synonymous with delicious and affordable snacks. The biscuits were often sold in small kiosks, shops, and market stalls, and were a staple snack for many Nigerians.
Cabin Biscuit’s popularity in Nigeria has endured over the years, and it remains a popular snack for many people, especially those who have fond childhood memories of munching on the tasty biscuits. Today, the brand has expanded its product range to include other snack varieties, but its classic biscuits continue to be a favorite among consumers.