The Food Industry in Sudan is characterised by of focus on basic, staple foods in a market where many products are still sold in loose, unbranded form from bulk packaging.Let’s Start
Crops can grow in the desert with sophisticated irrigation schemes, but poor infrastructure is holding back development.
It has the feel of the fertile Argentine pampas: fresh green pastures..
Managing Director of Dal Food, Ihab Daoud named the Personality of the Year for 2018 in Corporate Social Responsibility by Arabia CSR Network
Kordufanis … the beautiful people
Kosti … Violins tickling the heart
Khartoum – A delegation representing a number of American companies, headed by Ms. Florie Liser, visited Dal Food…
On the occasion of the International Day of Health and Safety in the Workplace, The Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) unit celebrated…
As a part of DAL Foods continuous endeavors toward innovation and offering the best services and products for our consumers…
The CocaCola Foundation (TC-CF) and Mercy Corps announced the launch of a humanitarian response partnership in Sudan…
A display of color and culture was witness last night as DAL Cultural Forum launched the book Regional Folk Costumes of the Sudan by Griselda El Tayib.
A newly written book by the esteemed researcher, artist of Sudanese Folklore and widow of the late Abdullah El Tayib.
We listened to his ideas, trying to get to know him better and we also talked about Sudanese “Oud House” to be opened soon. Chatting with Naseer Shamma, the Iraqi musician and Oudplayer. Musical works of Mujahid Khalid and Abdelgadir Ibrahim were performed. Previous Next
Dal cultural Forum celebrated on Friday 15 December the launch of Abdalla Bola’s book ‘Dialogues”. ”Dialogues” elicited many discussions on some critical issues such as cultural identity, cultural diversity, democracy, knowledge, and other issues of importance on the cultural and intellectual scenes. These discussions which took place between 1975 and 2001 revolved around current issues […]