Archive for May, 2013

‘The Best Kitchen Equipment in Africa’

Main Photo.   Africa is a continent of intense diversity, with a variety of culinary influences from its 60 different territories, both indigenous and through integration with the cuisines of colonial powers such as Britain, France, Spain, Portugal, and the Netherlands.  Second Paragraph.But today, many of the most successful catering outlets in Africa have one thing in common; they all enjoy fruitful relationships with the region’s most successful kitchen ...Read more »

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‘Why Caterers Trust Al Halabi’

Main Photo.   If you run a cafe or restaurant, you’ll know that catering is one of the most competitive industries in the world; doubly so in Dubai, where the big brands sit side-by-side with some of the finest independent outlets to be found on the planet. First Paragraph.So how do you stay ahead of the game? The General Manager of  “Good Company”, which boasts three of the UAE’s most popular catering concepts – The Orchestra, Cafe ...Read more »

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‘Oman’s No.1 Kitchen Supplier’

Main Photo. The Omani people have a long history of hospitality, and their cuisine is diverse, with Indian, Indonesian, Arab and East African influences determining the meals. Commercially, though, Oman is a young nation, still building a sustainable infrastructure and a business culture for the future. Second Paragraph.With this in mind, the region’s leading kitchen equipment manufacturer and supplier, Al Halabi, opened a 300m2 showroom in the heart of Muscat in April 2008 in order to ...Read more »

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‘A New Perspective on Kitchens’

Main Photo.Food, food, food! Italy’s love for it is famous. From Emilia Romagna’s freshly made egg tortellini through to Puglia’s buckwheat spaghetti, there is no way of visiting Italy without immersing yourself in its food … and the same is increasingly true of the Middle East, as Mareno Ali SpA’s Michele Romano explains: “We export to 80 companies around the world and the Middle East is now the fastest growing region for us – it accounts for 25% of our entire sales.”

So how has a company that manufactures ...Read more »

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“ The New ULTRA Blast Chiller/Freezer Line”

Untitled-1Sagi, the leading Italian producer of professional refrigerated equipments is pride to announce that the new ULTRA blast chiller – freezer line will be standard supplied withtwo NEW automatic programs specifically developed for the “sanitation” of raw fish, Anisakis 24h and Anisakis 15h

The menus trend for dishes made with raw fish (tuna carpaccio, seafood tartards, marinated anchovies, sushi, sashimi, raw marinated mackerel morsels ….) finds a perfect solution in terms of quality and safety with the above mentioned new Ultra programs, that show and confirm the constant attention ...Read more »

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‘How to Create an Award-Winning Kitchen’

MAin PhotoCreating a new commercial kitchen can be an exhilarating but complex challenge. The kitchen is the heart of your restaurant or cafe and requires industrial grade equipment that will withstand a hectic working schedule. We give you a step by step overview of what to look out for.

  1. Grades of Stainless Steel: Most professional kitchens purchase stainless steel equipment, choosing grades 304 and 316, which are internationally approved. Unfortunately, because they are cheaper, some kitchens are using grades 201 or 202, which have dangerous elements and rust. Don’t be tempted!Read more »

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‘A Safe, Clean and Profitable Kitchen’

Main Photo Because catering is all about providing people with ready-to-eat food, it is subject to significant regulations regarding health and safety, and at Al-Halabi we work hand-in-hand with both our customers and Dubai Municipality Food Control Department to ensure that all of the cafes, restaurants, hotels and other catering outlets we deal with are running clean, well-maintained and profitable businesses.

When applying for a commercial license for a cafeteria, for instance, a layout should be provided to the Food Control ...Read more »

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Comenda ‘Anniversary Celebrations … and Awards!’

Main PhotoWe at Al-Halabi are always passionate about our business and love nothing more than celebrating success in the kitchen, and in 2013 we have a particular reason to make merry: Comenda – one of our most valued and important suppliers – celebrates its 50th anniversary!

Second ParagraphOf those 50 years, Comenda has been supplying ware washing solutions to Middle East clients, in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Syria, U.A.E., Jordan, Lebanon, Oman, Kuwait, ...Read more »

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