More than 100 Emirati farmers will display their finest date produce and also citrus fruits at the third edition of the Liwa Ajman Date Festival, which will start tomorrow (July 27) in Ajman, UAE.
The event is being held under the
Wilhelmsen Ships Service (WSS) said it has provided essential maritime logistics support to the World Food Programme by handling 4000 metric tonnes of date shipments from its base in Dammam, Saudi Arabia.
The WFP is the food assis
Fifa announced on Friday that the 2022 World Cup, to be held in Qatar, will start on November 21 with the final to be played on December 18 - cutting four days off the length of the competition.
UAE’s Ministry of Environment and Water conduced is continuously strengthening its efforts to advance the country’s agriculture sector in line with its strategic objective of promoting food safety and sustainability of the local agri
Al Foah Dates Factory is showcasing a unique inheritance of dates at the Sheikh Zayed Heritage Festival 2014 in Abu Dhabi, which will run till December 12.
The fruit is being grown and packaged locally as a legacy of the UAE&rsquo
Octal, a leading Oman-based food packaging material supplier with sales in over 40 countries, has announced its foray into the UAE date packaging market in tieup with some of the largest date producers in the industry.
The big nam
Ninety per cent of participants from last year’s Emirates International Date Palm Festival, will return for the event set to be held later this year in Abu Dhabi, the higher organising committee for the festival said.
The Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority (ADFCA) has announced its participation at Sial China, which kicked off to today (May 9) in Shanghai.
The exhibition will go on till May 11.
The delegation, representing ADFCA and the Departmen
Al Foah Company, the largest producer of dates in the world, will launch three of its new products developed specifically for international markets during Sial China 2012, the global food marketplace.
Sial China is taking place from May 9
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has welcomed a donation from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia of 680 metric tons of dates, worth $605,000, to help feed thousands of vulnerable people in Syria.
'We are grateful for this timely and