Al Islami to invest $27m in new facility
Dubai, June 30, 2013
Dubai-based Al Islami Foods is set to invest Dh100 million ($27 million) on a new food processing facility in Dubai to meet the increasing regional demands for high-quality halal food products, said a report.
The construction of the 11,500-sq ft facility at the Dubai Investment Park will begin early next month and is expected to be completed by the end 2014, said the report in the Arab News.
The plant will be able to process over 1,500 tonnes of meat per month, after completion. It will be equipped with the latest machinery and technologies to produce products including sausages, burgers, minced meat, and nuggets, as per global standards under stringent hygienic conditions, it said.
“Al Islami will continue to strictly adhere to its policy of supplying halal products that meet the regulatory standards of local and international markets. With the ever increasing demand in the local and international markets for halal products, this production facility comes in at the right time,” Saleh Abdullah Lootah, a board member was quoted as saying.
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