United Foods CEO joins Emirates Refreshments Board of Directors

Fethi Khiari has almost 30 years’ experience in the FMCG sector

Khiari holds a master’s in international relations from Institute d’Etudes Politiques de Paris, France.
Khiari holds a master’s in international relations from Institute d’Etudes Politiques de Paris, France.

United Foods CEO Fethi Khiari has joined the Emirates Refreshments Board of Directors, a statement has revealed.

Emirates Refreshments is a publicly listed company and the owner for two major brands in the UAE – Jeema mineral Water, a UAE water bottling company, and O Cola, which offers a range of aerated soft drinks.

Khiari, who has almost 30 years’ experience in the FMCG sector in local and international markets, Khiari holds a master’s in international relations from Institute d’Etudes Politiques de Paris, France. Before moving to Dubai 13 years ago, he worked for Nestle and Chupa Chups in South America, Europe and North Africa.

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