From Vision to Reality: Aljouf’s French Fries Factory Officially was opened

Aljouf’s French Fries Factory

From Vision to Reality: Aljouf’s French Fries Factory Officially was opened

Mayo 21, 2024

Abdulmohsin Aljarallah, General Manager of Al-Jouf, announced the official opening of the Al-Jouf’s French Fries Factory. This achievement marks the culmination of an ambitious idea that has evolved from concept to execution to full-scale production. 

The journey began with a simple yet powerful vision: to create a state-of-the-art facility that produces high-quality French fries, catering to both local and international markets. The demand for premium, locally-produced food products is ever-growing, and the company recognized a unique opportunity to fulfill this need while contributing to the region's economic development. 

From the outset, the goal was clear: to establish a factory that not only meets but exceeds industry standards in terms of quality, efficiency, and sustainability. Each step of the process, from securing the ideal location in Aljouf to selecting the latest technology and equipment, was driven by a determination to bring this dream to life. 

Building the factory was a monumental task. The complexities of construction, procurement, and regulatory compliance were navigated with a constant focus on the end goal. On May 9, with the official opening of Al-Jouf’s French Fries Factory, there is a celebration of more than just the start of production. It is a celebration of innovation, perseverance, and the realization of a dream. The facility is now operational, equipped to produce a wide range of French fries that meet the highest standards of taste and quality.

The French Fries factory, located in Busita, has an annual production capacity of 35000 tons, good for 15% of the current consumption of French Fries in Saudi Arabia. Commercial production in the factory started back in December. 

The journey from idea to execution to production has been a challenging yet immensely rewarding experience. It serves as a testament to what can be achieved when vision, dedication, and teamwork come together. As this new chapter begins, there is a continued commitment to core values and to delivering the best possible products to customers.

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Al-Jouf’s French Fries Factory

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