Honoring commitment in innovation, technology and quality as tools for development, New York City is a incomparable stage for the celebration.
The evening of May 27th 2013 will be unforgettable for the directors of the Saudi Arabian company, National Food Industries Company (NFIC). On that day, they will receive the International Quality Summit Award on the stage of the Convention Hall in the New York Marriot Marquis Hotel, presented by Business Initiative Directions.
NFIC was founded as a company in the city of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, in 1993. Its factory is the biggest in the Middle East and in the food sector.
NFIC boasts modern facilities equipped with the latest technology for processing and packaging a wide variety of canned products such as: peas, beans, powdered milk, tomato paste, peanut butter, condensed milk, and more.
Their factories have been built, designed and equipped to meet the rigorous international standards of quality established for the food industry.
NFIC produces its products under the brand Luna, which has turned into one of the most popular brands in Saudi Arabia. It also manufactures with the Green Farms stamp and has various other brands such as Al Bustan, Al Hamra, and Rotana, which are for export only.
Also of interest is that NFIC has its own can manufacturing plant, which allows them to produce high quality containers in different sizes.