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
F&B operations are based on three major pillars of equal importance; location, service and quality of offering. The quality of offering is determined by two key factors, namely the standard of the raw materials used and the skill in production. Chadi Chidiac, managing partner of PROTOCOL, looks at purchasing and its impact on the bottom line
When it comes to transposing an idea into a realistic, tangible concept that holds true and flows seamlessly, choosing the right architecture firm becomes central to the entire creation process. However, add to that the rise in popularity of oriental design and fast-casual eateries, and an already-challenging process is set to become even trickier. Fortunately, Antoine Tabet Associates showed themselves more than capable of executing a project that would meet these and other specific criteria