Tag: Food

investment

Countdown to NEOM

Saudi Arabia’s planned $500 billion NEOM mega-city could easily become one of the most important economic development projects in the MENA region. And Jordan would have an important part in making it a success. The wildly ambitious NEOM business and…

Dnata

Dnata: Feeding the Fleets

Dnata’s operation in Jordan served a record 3 million meals to passengers last year, another sign of our growing appetite for air travel. By Celine Al Khaldi Ever wonder why you often crave a glass of spicy tomato juice with…

The Finer Things: Magma Gym

The Finer Things

Top executives already have enough tough choices and compromises to make in the boardroom without having to worry about settling for second best in the rest of their everyday lives. With this in mind, we’ve put together a comprehensive guide…

WFP

WFP Launches Donation App for Refugee Children

The World Food Programme (WFP) last month launched an app that allows users to donate money to help feed thousands of Syrian refugee children in Jordan. Through the simple click of a button, users of the ShareTheMeal app have the…

A High Value Visit

India’s Ambassador to Jordan said his President’s recent visit to the Kingdom crowns efforts to significantly boost trade between the two countries. By Jane Hosking Following the high profile visit of India’s President Pranab Mukherjee to Jordan last month, plans…

Zorba: Growing Green

With his range of naturally grown fruits, vegetables, and herbs, Azzam Zorba is on a mission to improve our diet and transform the way food is farmed in Jordan. By Elisa Oddone German philosopher Ludwig Fuerbach wrote around 200 years…

Eco Apps

While many of us would like to live more sustainably, it’s sometimes hard to know where to start. But with the help of these four eco apps you’ll be on the right path to greener living. By Jane Hosking Rippl…

Jordan Secures $3 Billion ITFC Import Loan

Jordan has signed up to a five-year, $3 billion loan package with the International Islamic Trade Finance Corporation (ITFC) to finance the import of energy and food staples. Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Imad Fakhoury said the country’s private…

OBG on Subsidy Cuts: Light at the End of the Tunnel?

They’ve been painful, but there are signs subsidy cuts may have started to bear fruit. The Jordanian government’s decision in 2012 to begin a phased withdrawal of electricity subsidies was undoubtedly a good one from the point of view of…

Boulevard Arjaan: High End Hospitality

Rotana’s newly opened serviced hotel apartments aim to offer luxury long-stay lodgings at the heart of Abdali’s Boulevard.  By Elisa Oddone After years in development, guests can finally check into Rotana’s new set of Arjaan-branded serviced hotel apartments that run…