United Arab Emirates Edible Meat News

Recent industry report about United Arab Emirates Edible Meat company news, including latest market trends and industry updates in 2024. This sector news is compiled by Mordor Intelligence™ United Arab Emirates Edible Meat Market industry experts.

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United Arab Emirates Edible Meat News

  • July 2022: Tanmiah Food Company and Tyson Foods entered into a strategic partnership to expand poultry production capacity. The investment will enable the company to access the high demand for protein in the Middle East and other international markets.
  • May 2022: JBS S.A has acquired two manufacturing plants in the Middle East to increase its footprint in the production and sale of prepared foods in the region. The two plants are located in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates having its own distribution network in the Middle East.
  • February 2022: BRF Global achieved the ISO 37001 Anti-bribery Management System certification, issued by an independent and non-governmental entity based in Switzerland. The certification is internationally recognized and emphasizes that the company meets technical requirements and has effect policies, procedures, and controls to prevent and combat bribery, thus promoting an ethical and healthy environment.
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  • In June 2023, Almarai Company signed a memorandum of understanding with the Ministry of Investment on June 6, 2023, to discuss ways to develop the food industry (including ready meals) in the country through new investment opportunities in the food sector, which has great potential that has contributed significantly to the arrival of these products to various regions of the country and contributing to increasing exports, regionally and internationally.
  • In July 2022, BRF Sadia, a subsidiary of BRF SA, expanded its production capacity to 1,200 tons of food with an investment of USD 18 million in Al Joody at Dammam, Saudi Arabia. BRF Sadia's Halal-produced products are exported to 14 countries, with plans to expand into even more markets in the coming years.
  • In June 2022, Siwar Food will launch a line of frozen meals and desserts. The convenience product line, which includes rice and pasta dishes, is available online in retail stores and at "Chef in a Box" vending machines at SAR 20. The machines have been installed in strategic locations throughout Riyadh, including universities, hospitals, and workplaces.
  • February 2022: Atyab Food Industries unveiled its fresh brand identity in the Sultanate of Oman. The prominent and bold presentation of the name "Atyab" symbolizes the significant transformation of their business within the new brand identity and logo, marking their foray into packaging a diverse range of new products.
  • January 2022: Saudi Arabia's Almarai made headlines with its acquisition of Bakemart, a prominent frozen bakery item manufacturer and producer based in the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, for a total of AED 93.5 million.
  • March 2021: Almarai agreed to purchase Bakemart, a renowned frozen bakery item manufacturer and producer operating in the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.
  • April 2023: Mary's Gone introduced its fresh line of gluten-free, organic, and all-natural baked crackers in the Middle East, including Bahrain. These products can be found in supermarkets and convenience stores throughout the country.
  • March 2022: Yıldız Holding expanded its presence in the Middle East and North African region, including Bahrain, by introducing the popular biscuit brand Ülker. These biscuits are available for purchase through various online retail stores in the market.
  • March 2021: Almarai Company invested approximately USD 25.5 million to acquire Bakemart, a bakery products company based in Bahrain. This strategic move aims to broaden Almarai's presence and offerings in the bakery segment across Bahrain and other areas where they operate.
  • May 2023: The Bonn Group of Industries introduced a range of bakery products in India, including millet bread, millet pizza, and millet burger. These products are infused with the goodness of Jowar, Bajra, and Ragi. The company emphasizes that these offerings are cholesterol-free, trans-fat-free, and high in fiber, making them an ideal choice for individuals looking to attain and maintain a healthy weight.
  • April 2023: Britannia Industries Limited unveiled a new Millet Bread devoid of any added maida (refined wheat flour). This innovative bread is enriched with Ragi, Jowar, Bajra, and Oats, providing consumers with a convenient way to incorporate millet-based options into their daily meals. The bread is not only rich in fiber but also brimming with essential minerals.
  • January 2023: Bimbo Bakehouse, a division of Bimbo Bakeries in the United States, launched a novel Veggie White Bread. This unique product is crafted using the equivalent of one cup of vegetables per loaf and is fortified with essential vitamins A, D, and E, as per the company's claims.
  • March 2023: Z Natural Foods launched its new instant chicken bone broth soup base powder. This natural product is a convenient way to enjoy the health benefits of bone broth with maximum convenience.
  • September 2022: Pacific Foods launched its new organic canned ready-to-serve soups and plant-based chilis.
  • June 2022: The Campbell Soup Company announced plans to introduce new flavors of its soup products beginning with the first quarter of the fiscal year 2023.
  • In January 2023, Beyond Meat Inc., operating in the United States, launched its new chilled and frozen varieties of Beyond Burger, Beyond Sausage, Beyond Mince, and other popular plant-based products.
  • In August 2022, unMEAT launched its new chilled meat products in the United States. The products are claimed to be plant-based meat products. Plant-based Luncheon product range offers various chilled canned meat that has American and Asian cuisine flavors. A few of the products include Luncheon Style Meat and Burger Style Luncheon Meat.
  • In June 2022, Cinnabon, operating in the United States, launched chilled bakery products in the market. The products include Chocolate BonBites, retailed across Cinnabon's US bakeries and other third-party retailers such as mall bakeries, Maverick, and Pilot Flying J Travel Centers in the United States.
  • In June 2022, Groupo Arcor launched Blockazo Argentina, a limited edition chocolate that can be consumed on special occasions like meetings with friends, family events, or as an after-dinner dessert. The product comes in block shapes due to which it was named Blockazo.
  • In August 2021, the Mission Chocolate brand launched a limited-edition Camel Milk Chocolate Bar. The brand claims that the launch was part of a special project called " Faces of Brazil". Chocolate is created for each community in Brazil.
  • In July 2021, Groupo Arcor launched Bon or Bon Dulce De Leche, a premium chocolate designed to bring Argentine flavor to the international market. The company claims that the product is sold in a gallery box of twelve units and it will be available in all supermarkets across South America.
  • In November 2022, Roha Group acquired Saraf Foods, a freeze-drying leader. With this acquisition, Roha further expanded its technology and product portfolio of dehydrated vegetables, fruits, and herbs in addition to its existing Newfoods plants in Italy. It added advanced technology like freeze-drying, air drying, and Individual Quick Freezing (IQF) of fruits, vegetables, spices, and herbs.
  • In August 2022, Mixologist's Garden launched six freeze-dried garnishes for drinks in the United Kingdom. The product is 90% lighter than fresh fruit. The three citrus lines (Lime, Lemon, and Orange) and three berry lines (Strawberry, Blueberry, and Raspberry) come in ready-to-serve resealable packs with ultra-long shelf life.
  • In February 2021, European Freeze Dry launched its latest ingredient, freeze-dried jackfruit, in Europe. It has versatile uses, its texture, and the opportunities for use in pot meals to replace pulled pork or chicken.
  • In March 2023, the IFFCO Group, one of UAE's largest producers of food products, opened the first 100% plant-based meat factory in Dubai. The factory will provide nourishing, sustainable, and healthy local plant-based meat products inspired by the unique flavors of Middle Eastern cuisine.
  • In October 2021, Impossible Foods expanded into the Middle Eastern market by appointing Bidfood UAE, a leading multi-channel foodservice provider, as an official distributor of the ImpossibleTM Burger across the United Arab Emirates.
  • In January 2021, Al Islami Foods, a leading frozen food company in the Middle East, launched its first plant-based burger to debut in the emerging meat alternatives market. The company rolled it out at major co-op stores in the United Arab Emirates, followed by other supermarket and hypermarket groups.
  • July 2022: Herbalife Nutrition Company launched Fat Release, a supplement to help consumers who may overindulge during the week achieve and maintain their health and lifestyle goals. Fat Release is formulated with litramine, an ingredient derived from prickly pear, and is a patented cactus fiber ingredient that helps trim the fat from food. The new product comes in a powdered stick form and can be mixed with cold water or eaten straight out of the pack.
  • March 2022: KaraMD launched Pure Health Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies, a vegan gummy designed to promote ketosis in the body, digestion regulation, weight management, and support higher levels of energy.
  • February 2022: ZeoNutra launched SlimPlus, a vegan weight management supplement containing SlimBiome. The product is available on ZeoNutra's Website, Amazon, Flipkart, and Healthcare sites such as PharmEasy and NetMeds.

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