Bahrain’s food consumption is projected to grow at a CAGR of 2.1 per cent during 2012–17, with cereals and milk are likely to remain the leading food segments in terms of consumption, followed by vegetables, fruits, and meat, a report said.
In 2010, at 0.05 million to
Jotun, a leading manufacturer of paints and coatings, has launched a range of powder coatings specially formulated to bring distinct visual character, colour and personality into household products.
Created for premium home furniture and appliance vendors and designers, the new R
Unrest on the streets of Bahrain has sparked a surge in sales of home security and surveillance systems, a report said.
Companies offering the technology have reported an increase in sales since anti-government protests began in 2011, added the report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN)
A major international naval drill being conducted in the Gulf has highlighted real concerns about the potential risk to global shipping from mines planted at sea, a report said.
Military chiefs have been quick to play down suggestions that the exercise, which includes navies of m
Panasonic has donated 2,000 compact solar lights to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Representation in Kenya for use in two refugee camp locations in the country - Dadaab and Kakuma.
Romeo Perello, the reigning UAE Barista champion, will leave for Melbourne, Australia, to take part in the 2013 World Barista Championships being held from May 23 to 26.
Perello was crowned UAE Barista 2012 champion during the 4th National UAE Barista Championship held at the Int
Super celebrity chef and television personality Sanjeev Kapoor was the main attraction on the opening day of Treat – the BurJuman World Food Fest 2013 which opened yesterday.
Chef Kapoor, who has teamed up with the Melia Hotel in Dubai, for his restaurant, Signature, turned
Sudan's biggest sugar producer plans to export up to 50,000 tonnes of animal feedstock annually to Arab Gulf countries.
Kenana is one of the few Sudanese companies outside the gold industry attracting large amounts of foreign currency, a lifeline for the African country strug
The attorney for a Saudi Arabian man arrested at the Detroit airport over the weekend carrying a pressure cooker in his luggage said his client is the victim of a misunderstanding by overzealous US customs agents.
Hussain Al Khawahir, 33, was detained after arriving in Detroit on