The Brazilian food company BRF has inaugurated a new $160 million production plant in Kizad, Abu Dhabi, according to a report in Gulf Business.
The new facility, which will reportedly have a production capacity of approximately 70,000 tonnes of food products a year, is said to support the company’s plans to expand in the Middle East market.
BRF International CEO Pedro Faria said: “The Kizad plant is testament to BRF’s commitment to expand our business in the Middle East region. Local production of processed food greatly increases our offering flexibility and adaptation of our products to regional demands and expansion of our Sadia product portfolio in the food service channel for the Middle East, providing the best food products to our customers”.
The plant, BRF’s largest outside South America, will offer a wide range of products, including breaded items, pizzas, and burgers, the company said.
Source: Gulf Business