Announcing its strategic partnership with Tanmiah, Mohamed Ali Reza, deputy general manager of Reza Food Services Company — McDonald’s Saudi Arabia, western and southern regions, said: “At McDonald’s, we always aim to serve the best quality and tasting food, a promise that we have fulfilled to our customers and they have come to expect this from us for over 25 years. We are happy to be partnered with a company such as Tanmiah, renowned for their poultry farms in the Kingdom and distinguished for their efforts in sustainability as well.
“It is a great accomplishment and honor for McDonald’s to be able to contribute to the community by supporting the local economy in the light of Vision 2030, empowering local farmers in the agriculture sector and providing our customers with fresh produce that is grown on the soil of our beloved Kingdom.”
Zulfiqar Hamdani, CEO of Tanmiah Food Company, said: “We are delighted to collaborate with McDonald’s by utilizing our premium quality Saudi grown chicken to deliver the highest level of customer satisfaction. We are committed to and guided by our principles of ‘earning, giving, and sustaining’ in providing premium quality products to our consumers.”
In a statement, McDonald’s said the company believes that joining hands with Tanmiah is a grand step toward a bright future, driving positive change in the Kingdom on a social, economic and environmental level.
McDonald’s ensures that all its suppliers undergo stringent quality checks in order to ensure the best experience for diners.
McDonald’s has more than 36,000 restaurants catering to 69 million people each day across 100 countries. In the GCC, McDonald’s restaurants are locally owned and operated by seven local businessmen. McDonald’s opened its first restaurant in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in 1993.