KUWAIT: Food Choice Company’s CEO Marwan Fares praised the Horeca Kuwait exhibition and its ability to attract companies specializing in hospitality, food industry and hotel requirements, in addition to travel, transport, oil and construction firm. Fares added that with that in mind, Food Choice decided to participate in the event against as a golden sponsor, indicating that “it is of great significance to take part to enhance the company’s
Following the success it has achieved ever since its establishment, Food Choice intends to continue growing and expanding internationally using various unique creative ideas, Fares stressed. At the same time, the company
is keen on supporting new creations and observing health quality standards in catering and retail services, he added. In addition, Fares noted that Food Choice was established in 2005 to supply the Kuwaiti market with world standard food products, which soon earned it a good reputation for its keenness on finding innovative solutions
and providing various services for hotels, restaurants and department stores. This went side by side with introducing international high quality products including meat, pastry, cheese, seafood and beverage brands such as Monin, Valrhona, Bonn Maman and the leading New Zealand dairy products brand of Fonterra to local markets, he
Fares further indicated that Food Choice also launched its own brand of a wide range of food products that it distributes in Middle East markets. “This success would not have been achieved if it were not for our strategy of
employing highly qualified and experienced staff,” he concluded.
Horeca Kuwait 2017 has so far attracted over 70 companies due to display their products in the presence of a
group of international experts and chefs and a large group of company and hotel owners. The exhibition is organized
by Leaders Group in collaboration with Hospitality Services Company at Kuwait International Fairgrounds in
Mishref on January 16-18, 2017. It takes place under the patronage of Minister of Information, State Minister for
Youth Affairs Sheikh Salman Al-Humoud Al-Sabah.