Mork Trading Inc will be launching its Egyptian nuts at the Gulfood Exhibition, with the aim of attracting new customers in Gulf markets to increase exports.
Bassam Al-Faris, chairperson of Mork, said that the company specialises in marketing seven main products in local and international markets, namely nuts, halawa, tea, herbs, olive oil, and soap made from olive oil.
Al-Faris pointed out that Mork has participated in the last three sessions of the Food Africa exhibition, which is held in Cairo, and will be participating in the current session of the Gulfood exhibition in Dubai to market its nut products.
He added, “The nuts factory is located in Egypt, but the tea and herbal factory is located in the Sultanate of Oman, and Mork is the exclusive agent for exporting the company’s products”.
On export, he said that the company currently exports sweets, but it is attending the Gulfood exhibition with the aim of marketing Egyptian nuts. The company exports sweet products to the Netherlands and Sweden.
Mork manufactures nuts such as pistachios, walnuts, cashews, and hazelnuts. It also seeks to export to compensate for the decline in the local market’s demand.