Bidfood Oman signs Lamb Weston

The company will be the exclusive distributor for frozen potato products

Lamb Weston has been partners with Bidfood UAE since 2007
Lamb Weston has been partners with Bidfood UAE since 2007

Foodservice distributor, Bidfood Oman, previously known as HORECA Trade has been appointed as the exclusive distributor for frozen potato product producer, Lamb Weston.

Lamb Weston has been partners with Bidfood UAE since 2007 and the partnership has yielded milestones and accomplishments, which rendered the partnership-decision an easy one for Bidfood Oman.

Commenting on the new business partnership, Bidfood Middle East’s chief commercial officer, Wael Al Jamil said: “Lamb Weston is the premier potato processing brand in the world and one of the best frying companies to exist in the market. It is a top choice for many restaurants and culinary professionals, so we couldn’t be more excited about our new partnership in a new market.”

Adding to Al Jamil’s comment, Lamb Weston’s foodservice business leader, Nizar Al Husseini said: “Reflecting on our vision to be the preferred inventive potato solution provider in the Middle East, we believe that Oman is a significant market with a high potential to fuel our ambitious growth in the region.."

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