Qatar Airways flights and lounges to use produce from local farms

  • 2 years   ago
Qatar Airways flights and lounges to use produce from local farms

Qatar Airways has joined forces with Qatarat Agricultural Development Company (QADCO) to supply Qatar Aircraft Catering Company (QACC) with crisp produce to be served locally available Qatar Airways flights from Doha and at Doha Hamad International Airport (HIA) lounges. 

As a feature of the two-year understanding between the aircraft and QADCO, QACC will buy new products of the soil, including cucumber, cabbage, zucchini, lettuce, carrots, tomatoes, onions and herbs, for dinners served locally available all lodge classes on Qatar Airways' flights leaving from Doha and at Al Mourjan Business and Al Safwa First Class Lounges. 

Senior Vice President of Qatar Aircraft Catering Company, Michael Winner, stated: "As the national bearer of the State of Qatar, we are glad to help Qatar's national sustenance security activities and work together with QADCO to supply us with privately developed new produce, picked straight from Qatar homesteads and conveyed to QACC kitchens. This understanding imprints another achievement in Qatar Airways' proceeded with duty to supporting neighborhood nourishment security activities. We anticipate proceeding with work with nearby homestead makers to fortify endeavors toward Qatar's reasonable future." 

QADCO General Manager, Thawab Al Kuwari, stated: "We are charmed to supply Qatar Airways with our new produce. Our harvests are picked straight from the homestead, arranged, stuffed and conveyed to our customers, along these lines keeping up the freshness of the yields. We are developing distinctive assortments of vegetables and organic products to take into account the differing inclinations of Qatar's market and Qatar Airways' travelers. We intend to extend our assortment of produce contributions soon." 

QADCO is the horticultural arm of Specialized International Services (SIS), a Qatar-based private venture and business improvement organization. QADCO oversees two ranches that length in excess of 600 hectares: Al Wabra in the Al Shaniya region, devoted to completely modernized nurseries, and Umm Qarn in northern Qatar. QADCO's vision is to advance independence in useless and stale ranches by joining new rural innovations. 

QADCO is one of the biggest vegetable and organic product makers in Qatar. Embracing the ideas of manageable horticulture and 'clean cultivating', QADCO ranches center around keeping up natural offset with insignificant obstruction, turning yields to enable the land to recoup and source nearby fertilizer to feed the dirt.