Farm Land, Al-Zad Group sponsor Horeca 2016
KUWAIT: Following the great success achieved in the three previous cycles of Horeca Kuwait, Farm Land Company, the exclusive supplier of the President brand in Kuwait, announced its participation as a golden sponsor in the Horeca 2016 exhibition, to be organized by Leaders Group in collaboration with Hospitality Services Company. The event takes place at Badriya Ballroom at Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel and Spa in the period of January 18-19, 2016, under the patronage of Minister of Information and State Minister of Youth Affairs Sheikh Salman Sabah AlSalem Al-Humoud Al-Sabah.
Farm Land also stressed that the Horeca Kuwait exhibition was unique in contributing to developing hospitality, catering and hotel requirements’ sectors, which are the company’s basic concern as one of the main providers of such services both locally and regionally.
Antoine Obaid, Farm Land’s General Manager, said that Horeca had been steadily moving forward towards scientifically developing hospitality sectors with the help of a group of experts and specialists. He added that Farm Land was a unique trade mark launched in Kuwait and expanded to Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries and others worldwide, reiterating the company’s keenness on quality control at its factories before products reach consumers.
Obaid also stressed that Farm Land was keen on achieving constant development to maintain the trust of its customers, adding that President Company provides international products used in making the most delicious dishes such as Galbbani fresh Italian Mozzarella, the French Valbreso goat cheese, Societe, Maclarand and Lactel. Finally, Obaid stressed that Farm Land would compete in the cooking competitions held at Horeca 2016 as it represents a great challenge to serve new dishes that fully observe nutritional standards.
Separately, Al-Zad Trading Group announced its intention to participate in sponsoring the event as a silver sponsor for the fourth year in a row, saying in press statement that the decision comes in line with the ideal environment the exhibition provides in the line of hotel, hospitality industry and catering equipment services. Al-Zad’s CEO Abdullah AlNafisi stressed that the Horeca exhibition had proved the significance of specialized exhibitions in promoting trade exchange amongst companies, as well as highlighting this vital line that is closely related to the development and housing projects as well as touristic plans Kuwait was currently working on executing. He added that the exhibition would be the largest gathering of specialized people under one roof.
Speaking about his group, Nafisi said that Al-Zad Group was established in 1994, and it later became one of Kuwait’s largest suppliers to the hotels, restaurants and catering companies. He added that it was established by a number of hotel owners. He added that Al-Zad provided high quality food products and is an exclusive agent of many international food brands.