| Aziz Idris |
BRUNEI Halal is ready to work closely with any organisation, especially those in the food-service industry by supplying a range of ‘product solutions’ while maintaining social responsibility by providing quality, nutritious and healthy foods to society.
Through this synergic partnership, the Brunei Halal brand will be conveniently available for the public and provide an alternative for the growing demand for Halal foods in the market.
These were highlighted by Dr Nur Rahman, CEO of Ghanim International Corporation on the sidelines of the Brunei Halal product demonstrations with Royal Brunei Catering (RBC) held at Anjung Saujana at the Brunei International Airport yesterday.
The CEO said, “We are open to work closely with any hotels, restaurants and other organisations that can utilise our products for the benefit of consumers in Brunei.”
He revealed that the company has also been working closely with local SMEs for manufacturing food using the Bruhalal ingredients.
Ahmad Husaini, General Manager of RBC taking a closer look at ‘bruhalal’ products as Dr Nur Rahman, CEO of Ghanim International Corporation (2nd from L) looks on – AZIZ IDRIS
Dr Nur Rahman said there are limited numbers of products available in the local market. “We strive to bring in the solutions for everyone in every family living in each household. If we work together, we are confident to provide products solutions for everyone.”
To demonstrate the use of the new line of Brunei Halal products and their modification into delicious recipes, the Brunei Halal brand has partnered up with RBC to organise a cooking demo under their brand.
Brunei Halal and RBC staff were present, alongside a number of RBC chefs to witness Maryani binti Haji Kachi, a local chef, demonstrating the use of the products for pre-constitution as an ingredient of the final product.
Brunei Halal will officially be launching a number of exciting new products in the market such as the Brunei-manufactured cordial, soy-based mayonnaise and meat tenderisers, among others.
Brunei Halal will soon be releasing a number of products into the market, such as Cremvia (sweetener creamer), low-sodium salt replacer Nutrisal, stevia-based sweetener Provia, no added sugar and 50 per cent added sugar Cordia syrup drinks and chicken products from the UK.
The launching will be on Saturday at The Airport Mall Atrium. The Brunei Halal office recently moved to a more central location in Mata-Mata, for easier access.