Visitors and delegates at Gulfood have been capable to meet A’Saffa Foods’ representatives as nicely as some of Oman’s increasing chefs: Abdul Aziz al Balushi, Said al Harthi and Mohammed al Balushi at a specially developed expansive 90sq m stall at the Zabeel Plaza in the exhibition centre, and acquire very first-hand info about the brand’s items, although enjoying samples of tasty, satisfying halal chicken and snacks.
Sidhartha Lenka, head of Marketing and Sales of A’Saffa Foods, mentioned, “As a top Omani foods organization, it becomes crucial for us to participate in this international market exhibition, which brought collectively prominent enterprise leaders and businesses from the meals market across the globe year on year.
“The exhibition was the excellent strategic platform to reinforce our position as a preferred selection in the meals industry’s poultry, snacks and allied foods segment.
“It was the ideal venue to connect with suppliers, reinforce our relationship with existing customers and introduce our brand to other entities in the GCC and MENA region markets, helping us establish new business relationships.”
A’Saffa Foods also utilized their participation in the exhibition as an chance to market their A’Saffa, Khayrat, Taybat and Ekhtiari variety of worth-added meals items that are created at their state-of-the-art, extremely automated processing plant in Muscat.
A’Saffa Foods’ extremely bio-secured, totally integrated farms are positioned in Thumrait, in the midst of Nejd desert, on a 40sq km location.
Only the very best high quality fertile eggs from the parent farms are chosen for the hatchery to make sure that the very best chicks go on to the A’Saffa bio-secured farms, exactly where they are raised in a clean, cage-totally free, ultra-hygienic and climate-controlled illness-totally free atmosphere.
Here, they are raised on a nutrition-wealthy 100 per cent all-natural feed of yellow corn and soya from A’Saffa’s personal feed mill, with totally no steroids, no development hormones and no animal waste recycled feed substitutes. Only when the chicken reaches the preferred weight naturally are they taken from the farms to the processing plant.
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Information Source: Muscat Daily