SADAFCO Kuwait contributes SAR 1 million worth of food products to Kuwait’s COVID-19 relief programmes
June 2020: In support of COVID-19 relief efforts, SADAFCO Kuwait Foodstuff Company is contributing SAR 1 million worth of Saudia products to “Kuwait Red Crescent Society” in support of the COVID-19 relief programmes to protect the health and safety of citizens.
This initiative reflects SADAFCO’s strong commitment to the principle of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and its support for programmes that promote social stability. As regional countries gradually begin to relax COVID-19 lockdowns, SADAFCO’s contribution of essential foodstuffs will help families affected by the loss of earnings and income during the recent period of social distancing.
Wout Matthijs, CEO of SADAFCO, said: “As a major regional manufacturer of foodstuffs, and as a company with a strong sense of our responsibilities to society, it is vitally important that we step up to help families impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak. We are working closely with organisations in Kuwait to ensure that those in need are receiving everyday essentials.”
The contribution lies at the heart of SADAFCO’s promise to address social causes and raise awareness of the plight of those facing extraordinary circumstances. In the face of adversity, SADAFCO moves forward with its determination to be a force for good in the countries in which it operates
About Saudia Dairy & Foodstuff Company (SADAFCO):
SADAFCO is a publicly listed company in the Saudi share market which has been producing high-quality dairy and foodstuff products under the Saudia brand name since 1977, a year after the company was formed. Saudia enjoys being one of the market leaders in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the production of tomato paste, ice cream and milk.
Based in Jeddah, SADAFCO operates sales and distribution depots in 24 locations across the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Jordan and Kuwait. Saudia products are also exported to several countries in the MENA region.
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