Tamani to distribute Canadian drink Gize in region

Partnership targets luxury establishments for non-alcoholic beverage

Tamani will represent the Gize brand in the Middle East
Tamani will represent the Gize brand in the Middle East

Tamani Foodstuffs has become the new sales and distribution partner for Gize in the Middle East.

The partnership will see Gize, the non-alcoholic luxury drink from Canada, expand its activities in the region.

“By working with Tamani we are able to benefit from a high-calibre partner whose excellent network and outstanding logistics are ideal for the successful placement of Gize in luxury hotels and gourmet venues,” states Babak Alikarm, export manager at Canadian Mineral Water.

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Tamani will represent Gize in Qatar, KSA, UAE, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman and Yemen.

“We are extremely pleased that there is finally a non-alcoholic luxury beverage which is a worthy counterpart to champagne and other high-quality alcoholic drinks,” Sheikha Bothayna Saif Al-Mannai, owner and CEO of Tamani Foodstuffs Co. “It is something that had been missing until now, and we are very happy to be able to fill this need with Gize.

The aim of the collaboration is to make the drink a familiar part of the beverage menu in luxury venues across the region.

“I am certain that our partnership will be beneficial for everyone involved – and for our customers in particular,” added Al-Mannai.

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