In setting the record straight Sweidan, who also made a courtesy call for comment says, they would not be associated nor partner with anyone or any organization whom or does not fit their company’s policy.
The media statement read:” Our relationship only extended to the supply of free product to his business FatTruckSA. Nevertheless upon hearing that this gentleman had posted racist remarks, we had already taken action yesterday 4th January 2016 by telephonically calling him and terminating his supply of free product and association to FatTruckSA.
“We would like to take this opportunity to further reiterate that we do not condone racist behaviour of any sort from anyone and will immediately distance ourselves from anyone or organisation who behaves in an inappropriate or disrespectful manner,” continued the statement from the MD and staff at FutureLife.
The company began operation 8 years’ ago whose aim is to help the poor by providing a nutritious meal that is affordable to all.
FutureLife recently signed a deal with Kaizer Chiefs and Bafana lethal striker Bernard Parker as their brand ambassador.
For more information visit: www.futurelifefoundation.co.za