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For a growing number of locals, Dubai has become their second home.
The city of more than 1.5 million people is one of the most populous in the Middle East, and the region has been the destination of choice for some of the world’s top chefs.
As the Middle Eastern market for Middle Eastern food and drink expands, Dubai and the Middle-East region are also emerging as key hubs for the food movement in the West.
Dubai has more than 100 food and beverage restaurants and restaurants are opening across the city every year.
There are more than 250 food trucks, according to foodstills.com.
Dubai is home to a thriving market for Gulf- and Gulf-focused food and beverages.
The food and drinks are often sourced from the Gulf states, as well as the United Arab Emirates and Qatar.
Dubai hosts numerous festivals and events for food and food culture.
A food and music festival in the Dubai suburb of Jumeirah attracts more than 2,000 people each year.
Food is also popular in other parts of the city.
Food stalls, restaurants and food-themed bars cater to a wide variety of tastes and tastes.
Dubai’s food scene is still largely confined to the UAE.
There is no formal national food festival, but the city’s restaurants and cafes host many events.
It’s no wonder then that the food scene has been so successful in the UAE, according the Dubai Tourism Authority.
Tourism is the fastest growing industry in the country.
Dubai ranks fourth among the top 25 markets for the number of visitors to the United States, after the U.S. and Australia.
Tourism, which is growing at a rate of 3.5% a year, is projected to reach $3.4 billion by 2022, according UAE Tourism.
Dubai also is a key international destination for international companies.
In 2018, the Dubai office of global beverage and food giant Nestle, which has its headquarters in the United Kingdom, announced plans to open its first plant in the city, employing some 40 people.
Nestle is looking to expand in the Gulf region.
“This is a good opportunity for us to expand into the UAE and bring the benefits of our expertise and expertise to a very diverse market in the Emirates,” said Nestle Middle East head of development and brand marketing, John Loeffler.
“The UAE is a global hub of food and the UAE has an exciting food culture and a great culinary culture.
We are looking forward to working with the UAE government to promote the region as a destination for food lovers.”