While restaurants were still reeling from the pandemic in 2021, this year has witnessed fresh flavors and renewed energy on the food scene. Nagi Morkos, founder and managing partner at Hodema consulting services, explores several key trends that are shaping the future of food and beverage.
Forming an important part of the F&B industry, the coffee segment needs no introduction. And with new concepts and products arriving in the market thick and fast, customers are increasingly looking for quality and traceability. Nagi Morkos, founder and managing partner at Hodema consulting services, identifies the differentiating factors of a successful coffee shop.
To find out what’s new in coffee, we spoke to four industry professionals who brought us up to date on all things related to this most popular of brews, from machines and market trends to the true meaning of the “coffee sommelier” role.
As coffee continues to be the drink of choice for many, we sat with Roy Daniel, managing partner of Barista Espresso, to uncover the coffee industry’s biggest challenges, customers’ needs and how Barista Espresso is catering to them.
Taking place from November 20 to December 19 in Qatar, the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ promises to be a tournament like no other. As the countdown begins to the start of this global sporting event, we take a look at the names tapping into the forecasted demand for renowned F&B outlets.
Al Qana has announced the addition of over 14 new restaurants, including The Bridge Lifestyle Hub, the 100-percent organic concept.
Al Qana’s new concepts include Grand Beirut, Wing It, Pinky Fish, Otoro, Oii, and Mado, will strengthen the F&B offering in Abu Dhabi.
Under a franchise model, the new Bloomsbury’s store, at Al Ghurair Centre, represents the first bakery and artisan café venture for Airinz.
Al Qana’s fresh additions to Abu Dhabi’s coffee scene are set to become creative and cultural epicenters in the landmark destination.