Fatafeat an­nounces Ra­madan con­tent across its multi-plat­forms

The Gulf Today - Business - - HAPPENINGS -

The Mid­dle East’s lead­ing food net­work, Fatafeat, has an­nounced an in­no­va­tive lineup of fresh shows to de­light view­ers dur­ing the Holy Month of Ra­madan. The four new, un­miss­able shows fea­ture some of the Mid­dle East’s most renowned celebrity chefs, in­clud­ing Chef Manal Al Alem, Chef Leyla Fathalla and Chef Wafik Be­laid, and in­tro­duced brand new tal­ent, pro­fes­sional life coach, Leila Al­maeena. Each lo­cally pro­duced show of­fers view­ers a va­ri­ety of fresh and stim­u­lat­ing con­tent to en­joy along­side their fam­ily and com­mu­nity and has been de­vel­oped to in­spire cook­ing and life­style choices dur­ing the Holy Month.

The show is an en­tirely new con­cept: a cook­ing show that builds a bridge be­tween food and well­be­ing. Tar­geted to­wards the mod­ern, work­ing woman whose daily life is illed with com­pe­ti­tion, stress and work pres­sure, Leila en­gages au­di­ences with pos­i­tive well-be­ing coach­ing and in­tro­duces view­ers to easy-to-make recipes for well-be­ing.

In her new show, Chef Leyla is joined in her kitchen by fans from across the Arab world. She ex­presses her mag­i­cal culi­nary touch by pre­par­ing some of her favourite recipes in quick and easy steps along­side light-hearted, fun con­ver­sa­tion, such as a shared love for food.

Com­ment­ing on the new Ra­madan pro­gram­ming, Nahla El­mallawany, Head of Con­tent at Dis­cov­ery Net­works MENA, said: “Fatafeat is com­mit­ted to in­vest­ing in and de­vel­op­ing ex­cit­ing, relevant con­tent and tal­ent to of­fer view­ers a prime view­ing ex­pe­ri­ence, across multi-plat­forms. Through on air and off-air ac­tiv­ity, we are bring­ing Fatafeat back to its roots as the only place to cel­e­brate Ra­madan.”

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