The U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF), represented in the GCC region and Egypt by Arab Marketing and Finance, Inc. (AMFI) S.A.L., invited importers, retailers, distributors, chefs, influencers and bloggers to attend a U.S. Beef Roadshow, which consisted of a series of U.S. Beef Training Workshops and featured Chef Jay McCarthy, a well-known chef with sound expertise and years of experience in the field.
As culinary mentor at Destination Hospitality, Chef Jay McCarthy believes that knowledge is power, especially in the kitchen. Here, he explains the importance of flavor, understanding consumers’ needs and why he remains loyal to U.S. beef.
The JW Marriott Marquis Hotel in Dubai is a destination for guests seeking first-class service and elegant dining experiences. From awe-inspiring sunset views to the sumptuous dishes served, every moment is elevated and sure to impress.
Eager to learn new cooking techniques and share the rich flavors and spices of home, Chef Joe Barza recently journeyed from his native Lebanon to Ohio, USA, to spend a week at the Certified Angus Beef Culinary Center.
According to MLA’s Sam Gill, 50 percent of GCC consumers favore Australian as a trusted supplier of red meat over other import suppliers.
“The absence of such a concept in Saida’s area and in the South of Lebanon as a whole encouraged our decision,” he told HN.
The value of chicken meat exported to the Arab countries during the period hit the USD 580 million mark, while bovine meat reached USD 275 million, during the first quarter of 2019.
The global halal industry has witnessed unprecedented growth in recent years, driven by rising populations and a seismic shift in consumer preference towards high-quality, safe and ethical products. According to the Global Halal Industry Overview report by Edbiz Consulting with Nasdaq OMX Global Indexes, the Halal food market alone has...