Al Islami to announce joint venture with Mohammed bin Rashid Establishment for Young Business Leaders
Consolidating its presence in the region, Al Islami Foods, the leading provider in Real halal products, will unveil its joint venture with Mohammed Bin Rashid Establishment for Young Business Leaders during region’s largest industry event, Gulfood Exhibition 2007, to be held on February 19th - 22nd at Dubai World Trade Centre.
In its efforts to highlight quality halal food, Al Islami Foods will be initiating a dedicated forum, The Halal Industrial Dialogue, in collaboration with the renowned World Halal Forum, Malaysia. Making its mark, the summit will address the need to measure, consolidate and harmonise the regional and international halal food markets. A newly formed Halal Industry Development Corp. (HDC), Malaysia, will present Malaysian and global industry statistics and future strategies.
“In line with our commitment to the industry, Al Islami Foods, a pioneer in halal food industry, will present an array of diversified products to cater to the growing demand for our halal food products, with the introduction of innovative delights”, said Saleh Abdullah Lootah, CEO, Al Islami Foods. “With the increasing global demand for halal food, we are rolling out a blueprint of our comprehensive 5-year strategic growth plan, the first such initiative by Al Islami Foods”, Lootah added.
Al Islami Foods has established itself as a leading player in the region’s processed food industry, employing the most advanced technologies in its operations, ensuring that the food items are prepared under the most stringent hygiene standards and offers high nutritive content. Al Islami Foods’ reputed line of products includes fresh and frozen chicken, meat, seafood, vegetable and dairy products.
As part of Al Islami’s social responsibility, the company believes that safeguarding the health and welfare of its consumers is not only critical to company’s operational philosophy, but also to its success. The company always endeavors to remain steadfast to its commitment to consumers’ health and safety.
Al Islami Foods will reveal their latest joint venture initiative with the Mohammed Bin Rashid Establishment for Young Business Leaders at a press conference, which will be held on the 2nd day of the exhibition.
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