Dina Foods will be commemorating its trip from humble beginnings to a multimillion-pound issue at IFE, which will certainly be happening from 21-23 March at the ExCeL centre in London.The London-based company is the leading provider of Mediterranean flatbreads in the UK– as a matter of fact, it asserts to be the very first to introduce Lebanese flatbread to the nation’s high street.Today, its portfolio consists of baked items varying from
Pitta to Naan to its trademark Paninette wraps; delicious snacks like Falafel (consisting of a vegan pleasant potato variation), Kibbe, Sifha, hummus as well as dips; and standard confections like dates(plain, packed, chocolate-covered)and Baklawa, light filo breads full of walnuts and drenched in sugar syrup.From humble beginnings Dina Foods has come a lengthy method because the Haddad family first brought Lebanese food to
the UK in the 1980s. Brothers Fadi, Samir, Sunehil and cook Amin( currently deceased)opened the nation’s first Lebanese restaurant in London’s stylish Mayfair district.The 220-cover Fakhreldine soon came to be a destination dining establishment, with lines up for tables every night and also a lengthy waiting checklist. The brothers then opened Lucullus, specialising in seafood.This was adhered to by the founding of Dina Foods by Suheil(MD), Fadi and also Samir in 1992, originally manufacturing from a manufacturing facility in Hackney prior to moving to a BRC AAA +licensed center in Park Royal in north west London.The privately-owned company today flaunts a 160-strong labor force and also a mulltimillion-pound turn over, supplying the foodservice and also retail channels both in the UK and worldwide. It is likewise securely concentrated on working towards its objective to accomplish a zero-carbon footprint by 2030.