The European Project ‘Fruitop’ was held this November in Jeddah’s Radisson Blu and attended by representatives from major fresh fruit importing companies, wholesalers, retailers, as well as the media. Also present at the event were two official representatives from the Greek authorities in Jeddah, Evgenios Kalpyris, General Consul and Nikolas...
The Middle East’s F&B industry has currently entered a paradoxical state; while there is clear evidence of incredible year on year growth, which is undoubtedly a reason to celebrate, these results come tempered by a variety of challenges that have easily made the sector one of the region’s most cutthroat fields in which to operate. Abdul Kader Saadi, managing director and owner of Glee Hospitality Solutions shares his thoughts
Ending on a high note, HORECA JORDAN closed its doors on October 11 after three successful days at Zara Expo in Amman
Beirut has proven once again that it is the Middle Eastern capital of taste, by playing host to two fantastic food events. Beirut Cooking Festival and Salon du Chocolat Beirut, held concurrently from November 8-10 at Seaside Arena, brought the tastiest flavors to the city, while celebrating the magic of ‘Carnival’
In essence, the return on investment (ROI) measures the return that a new venture promises to generate, based on the investment made. Very often, investing in an F&B concept involves more than just channeling financial capital into the project, with other requirements likely to include the mobilization of countless resources due to the details involved in planning and execution. Manal Syriani, senior consultant at N4TC, takes us through four alternatives to the traditional model