These are the strategies that will help us transform our organization rapidly, adapt to the changing needs of the Sudanese and regional markets, and truly develop into the most trusted and admired company in Sudan.Learn More
It’s a simple idea, based on genuine intentions.
When we say “good food”, we refer to quality. Quality has always been central to our company’s philosophy, and ensuring products are safe and nutritious for our consumers is our top priority.
To reinforce and complement the aforementioned notion, we say “better lives” to recognize that as one of the largest commercial organisations in the country, we have a responsibility and a duty to improve lives by generating employment and driving economic development through the introduction of best practices and world-class technology in agriculture and industry.Learn More!
We hold ourselves to the highest standards in the industry because we know that’s what our consumers expect. Since day one, our products have been made with ingredients grown by farmers across the country in the most sustainable way possible.
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Our commitment to being a responsible organisation is a large part of the ‘Good’ in our strategic ambition. By embracing our responsibilities towards our people, planet, and stakeholders, we leverage ourselves as a trusted establishment to create social and corporate value, and strengthen our competitive advantage.
The integration of environmental aspects and concerns into DAL’s business strategy came in response to the environmental problems we face today, in Sudan and worldwide. By promoting good environmental stewardship, our projects and initiatives seek to minimise practices ...
In early 2010, DAL Food entered a long-term strategic partnership with some of Khartoum state’s milk producers that adequately safeguards the rights of both parties and contributes to the long-term development of the dairy sector. This step was taken purely out of conviction that the private sector’s entry into this field and turning to local milk producers will contribute immensely in the development of the dairy industry on all levels (producers, manufacturers, and distributors).Full Details
This project is a Social Responsibility initiative by Sayga Flour Mills, which is part of the DAL Group conglomerate in Sudan. Following the MDGs Goal 7 and Global Compact principles 7, 8, and 9, the project aims to install electronically controlled burners (device and system) to add value to customers in terms of cost-effectiveness, safety, consistent quality, and increase in production capabilities. There are two types of bakeries in Sudan, mechanical bakeries, equipped with modern ovens, and traditional bakeries which use wood as fuel. A small number of these traditional bakeries have switched to gas by installing poorly manufactured conventional burners, which are considered unsafe and pose a fire and safety risk.Full Details
For over 11 years, DAL persisted as a cultural beacon for its valuable contributions to the arts and culture scenes, aiming to build cross-cultural bridges in today’s blended world, develop cultural awareness, preserve heritage, and promote the recognition of ...
Beyond its core operational activities, DAL has always worked to bridge cultural gaps and help others to better understand the roots of Sudanese arts, music, and poetry. DAL Group embodies diversity in every sense, and we strive to reflect that through our external activities.
The DAL Cultural Forum (DCF) was founded on the 29th of November 2007. It is an initiative to introduce different cultural agendas to the employees of DAL Group, their families, DAL Group business partners, and special interest groups including music and art schools, various cultural centres, organisations, as well as NGOs.Full Details
The digital archive project is part of many initiatives by DAL Food to preserve the unique aspects of our culture, history, and national identity.Full Details
As food and culture are intrinsically linked, food has always played a major role in Sudanese culture. Food habits, traditions, and practices have been passed on from one generation to another in Sudanese societies, but due to numerous factors such as conflict, displacement, and change in environmental conditions, some traditional foods are facing extinction.Full Details
DAL Food has a long history of promoting economic empowerment. Through the years, DAL has paved the way out of poverty for thousands across Sudan by advancing human potential.
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This project was launched to support the recovery of development processes in Sudan. The goal is to improve the livelihoods of livestock producers in several localities by increasing the production of local livestock and facilitating linkages between producers and reliable partners.Full Details
We encourage women to understand that they have the ability to uplift themselves as well as other women. This is what “Inti” is all about; women helping one another succeed and be all they aspire to be.Full Details
At DAL Group we believe it is the right of all people with disabilities to have the opportunity to engage in productive and meaningful employment.
The Coca Cola Bus Stop Project was established to assist people with disabilities with reintegration, as well as becoming productive and economically independent members of the community.
On a personal level, the project has helped over 200 people with physical, intellectual, and hearing disabilities so far. But also looking at the bigger picture, the impact reaches far beyond and is reflected directly in passenger safety, the transportation system, and overall economic development.Full Details
Education is paramount to a better life, the key to prosperity, and the single most important factor in the development of nations. Therefore, education is given significant attention throughout all of DAL’s CSR initiatives.
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As part of DAL’s long-standing commitment to improving education in Sudan, DAL embarked on the School Library Programme in 2016 in partnership with the European Union. The project aims to build a total of 16 libraries in areas affected by conflict, targeting mainly primary and secondary schools in North Darfur, West Darfur, and Khartoum State. Our goal is to create 4 libraries in each state.Full Details
As an extension of our long-term commitment to improving education standards in the country, DAL Food worked in partnership with the British Council and UK Aid (Department of International Development) to bring the global education programme ‘Connecting Classrooms’ to Sudan.Full Details
In 2009, Sayga’s Al-awwal flour brand has started rewarding the achievements of the highest-scoring students in each field of the Sudanese Secondary School Certificate (academic, commercial, agricultural, industrial, and women-specific studies).Full Details
I joined DAL Food in 2012. My first position was to supervise the planning section under the Operational Planning Unit (OPU), and together with my colleagues, I contributed to building the planning section team.Full Story
I joined DAL Food in 1996. My first position was a miller in production, a section under the operations department. I contributed to building a strong milling team, which achieved high production capacity and delivered the required product quality.Full Story
I joined DAL Food in 2013 as a Packaging Services Manager. As DAL Food procures a wide variety and substantial volumes of packaging material, my main objective was to bring attention to this function, and its importance in a business focused on FMCG production and distribution.Full Story
I joined DAL Group (DFI Projects & Procurement) in early 2005 as a senior buyer…Full Story
It all started when I was a Master’s student at The Food Research Centre in Shambat, where I was doing my master’s degree in “Fermentation of Sorghum”.Full Story
Since DAL Food operates in a consistently changing and volatile environment, one of my main roles is to help create a strategy that can help the company dwell in such an environment.Full Story
Khartoum – A delegation representing a number of American companies, headed by Ms. Florie Liser, visited Dal Food…Learn More