Al Islami backs Dubai green expo
Dubai, June 22, 2011
Al Islami Foods, the leading halal food producer in the Middle East, has sponsored 100 volunteers to an ongoing sustainable exhibition in Dubai.
EPIC: The Sustainable Living Expo Dubai, the first Middle East edition of the Canada-based Epic show, opened today (June 22) to run up to June 24 at The Dubai Mall.
EPIC Dubai will be the Middle East's first sustainable lifestyle consumer show, bringing together thousands of savvy shoppers and greener businesses.
Epic, short for Eco-wise, Progressive and Intelligent Consumers, will feature mainly eight exhibitor categories from fashion and accessories, food and beverages, leisure and travel to home and garden and transportation in addition to dedicated displays of business, technology, government programmes.
“Al Islami’s commitment to providing the authentic halal food, which is scientifically proven healthful for human consumption is part of company’s social responsibility to the sustainable living that our founders envisioned about 30 years ago,” said Saleh Abdullah Lootah, managing director of Al Islami Foods.
“Our support to Epic is in line with the UAE initiative to ensure integrated and sustainable water resources management, to ensure clean air, minimise climate change and its impacts,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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