Qatar, the world’s largest exporter of vegetables, has unveiled the world-first Ramada Foodstuff, a first for the Gulf country.
Ramada Foodstuffs is a new brand designed to provide customers with a variety of seasonal, traditional and new produce to enjoy.
The brand is the latest addition to the Qatari brand portfolio, which includes the Qatara brand, the Qatan brand and the Qaswah brand.
“Ramada is an important part of the Qatar family and has been a key component of the country’s culinary identity,” said Qatarha al-Dhabi, head of marketing for Qatar’s Qatar Foods and Culture, in a statement.
“Ramada has become a global phenomenon and is the most-anticipated brand for consumers to eat in Qatar.”
“We are proud to bring Ramada foodstuffs to our customers in Qatar, and are excited to be able to provide them with the products they have come to love and adore,” said Dubai-based Qatar Restaurants and Foodservice, which operates two Qatari restaurants, one in Dubai and one in the Gulf city of Jeddah.
Qatar is among the world leaders in producing vegetables, which account for almost a quarter of the global food supply.
The Ramada brand, which was launched in June 2016, includes some of the world of vegetables including lettuce, peppers, carrots, cauliflower, onions, sweet potatoes, eggplant, tomatoes, basil, leeks and peas.
The Qatars are also known for their traditional food, such as the Ramada salad and Ramada soup, which are popular in Qatar.
Qatar al- Dhabi added that the Ramadans are also a popular choice among the young, and their cuisine is “generous and wholesome”.
Ramada food was developed by Qatar Restaurant Brands and sold in Qatar to the World Food Programme and the Qatar Tourism Organisation.QATAR FOODSTUFFS PRODUCTS Ramada Foods, Qatar, Ramada vegetable, lettuce, carrots and onions.
Qatan Foodstuff, Qatar Qatan Foodstuff is a Qatari-produced vegetable and salad line that is sold in the Qatar market.
It includes many varieties of vegetables such as chickpeas, radishes, peas, cucumbers, onions and sweet potatoes.
The product is also available in Qatar for consumption in the restaurants.
The Qatar Foodstuff brand also has a limited number of Ramada products available in the United States.
Ramadans also make up the majority of the products sold in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and the UAE, and the foodstuff is sold to Qataris in Qatar as well as across the Gulf.
Qatari foodstuff is sold for consumption by Qatari customers.