Del Monte showcases healthy options at Gulfood
Dubai, 17 days ago
Del Monte Fresh Produce Company, a leading producer and distributor of fresh fruit and vegetables in the Middle East, Africa and Europe, is showcasing its range of healthy eating solutions on the go at Gulfood 2014 which started today (February 23) in Dubai.
It has launched new product categories and line extensions including ‘Grab ‘N Go’ snacks, new foul medammes recipes and chopped tomatoes.
The range of choices being showcased includes fresh juices, fresh-cut fruit salads, gourmet sandwiches and fruit-based iced desserts.
With its regional headquarter in the UAE, the company recently started its operation on a 20-hectare farm in Ras Al Khaimah growing iceberg and romaine lettuce, melons, broccoli, watermelon and strawberry.
It has also opened new units in Iraq, Turkey and Ukraine to capitalise on the fresh produce business opportunities available across the region. - TradeArabia News Service
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