Nabil Foods Announces the First Graduates of its International Cuisine Course

 

Amman, Jordan – September 2013 – Nabil Foods, the most prominent name in the frozen food industry in Jordan and the region, recently announced the first class of graduates  from its International Cuisine Course, which was conducted at the Nabil showroom.

The class was an intensive training session that introduced participants to key components and flavor elements of cuisine from different corners of the globe, and provided them with practical applications of culinary knowledge, including cooking techniques and tips, presentation, and hospitality. The cooking course, which featured a survey of famous dishes from countries around the world, lasted for six days, culminating in an awards ceremony.

 

Upon successful completion of the course, participants were presented with certificates, which were distributed by Nabil Marketing Director Farah Rassam; the dean of Jordan Applied University’s College of Hospitality and Tourism, Dr. Muhsen Makhamreh; and Chef Nidal Albreehi.

 

Speaking on the occasion, Nabil Marketing Director Farah Rassam congratulated the graduates on their successful completion of the course, adding, “We at Nabil are thrilled to provide our customers with the opportunity to learn new skills and build diverse knowledge about global best practices in the field of cooking and hospitality. This highly successful International Cuisine Course is just the latest activity Nabil has carried out in affirmation of its commitment to helping individuals expand their culinary horizons.”

 

Nabil Foods was founded in 1945 and today is considered one of the most prominent names in the frozen food industry in Jordan and the region. The company produces more than 200 chicken, meat, and fish products, along with a line of ready-to-eat frozen meals and desserts. Nabil also supplies a number of international fast food chains with food products for their operations. 

 

Nabil Foods Announces Second Graduate Class of its International Cuisine Course

                                              

Amman, Jordan – October 2013 – Nabil Foods, the most prominent name in the frozen food industry in Jordan and the region, recently announced the second class of graduates from its International Cuisine Course, which was held at the Nabil showroom in cooperation with Jordan Applied University’s College of Hospitality and Tourism Education.

 

The latest International Cuisine Course focused on giving participants a working understanding of the basics of French cooking, introducing them to some of the most famous French dishes. After successfully completing the intensive training course, participants were rewarded with certificates, which were endorsed by the Ministry of Higher Education. The certificates were distributed by the college’s representative, Rola Rihani, and Chef Nidal Albreehi, who led the two-week session.

 

Commenting on the occasion, Nabil Marketing Director Farah Rassam said, “On behalf of Nabil Foods, I would like to congratulate all the successful graduates of the International Cuisine Course. We are pleased to be able to share our knowledge of various international cuisines with our customers by offering these specialized cooking courses, in order to improve their skills in the culinary and hospitality fields. We are looking forward to celebrating more successful graduates of the program in the coming months.”

 

Nabil Foods celebrated its first class of graduates from the International Cuisine Course last month, which gave participants exposure to famous dishes from different countries around the world, introducing them to the basic flavors and preparation techniques that makes each country’s cuisine unique.

 

Nabil Foods was founded in 1945 and today is considered one of the most prominent names in the frozen food industry in Jordan and the region. The company produces more than 200 chicken, meat, and fish products, along with a line of ready-to-eat frozen meals and desserts. Nabil also supplies a number of international fast food chains with food products for their operations.