Jeddah: Americana Foods, is distributing 2,000 Iftar meals and gifts to underprivileged children during the holy month of Ramadan to orphanages around Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, as part of the charitable partnership between Americana Foods and Ekhaa for Orphans Care Society.
Every Friday, during the Ramadan period, over 500 Iftar meal boxes will be provided to foster the spirit of joint charitable, humanitarian cooperation between Ekhaa for Orphans Care Society and Americana Foods, one of the region’s biggest food brands. The Iftar meal boxes will contain chicken, rice, laban, water and dates.
Americana Foods will also take the initiative, collaborating with Ekhaa for Orphans Care Society and big Toys chain, to sponsor Eid gifts to the orphans at the end of Ramadan, in celebration of Eid Al Fitr.
Abdullah Al-Zahrani, Manager of Ekhaa for Orphans Care Society (Jeddah Branch) stated, “We are pleased to partner with Americana Foods and much appreciate their relentless efforts in supporting our charitable activities. Their contribution to provide meals to orphans all around Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, and participate in the Society’s Iftar projects during Ramadan have been gratefully received.”
Americana Foods vision is to be the leader of Halal food distribution worldwide, based on the continuous development of its business and products however social responsibility is also another pillar in the brand’s vision. Americana Foods is the number one brand across the GCC in several categories. It was first established in 1977, making it the oldest meat factory in the region that produces burgers, minced products and much more.
About Americana Foods:
Americana Foods vision is to be the leader of Halal food distribution worldwide, based on the continuous development of its business and products. The Americana Meat Cluster was the first Kuwaiti food manufacturer to obtain the European Food Safety Standards (BRC) which is considered one of the most important certificates of food quality and safety in the world. The factory has ISO 9001 certification for quality systems and ISO 22000 for food safety since 2007 – in addition to the ISO 14001 Environmental Certificate and the OHSAS Occupational Safety Certificate.