Hilton plans to grow olive oil locally in Saudi Arabia – Arab News

RIYADH: American hospitality giant Hilton plans to grow olive oil locally in Saudi Arabia, as the hotel chain is encouraged by Saudi Arabia’s efforts to push for local sourcing as part of its strategy to develop non-oil sectors including tourism, a senior executive at the company has revealed. 

While speaking at the Future Hospitality Summit in Riyadh on May 24, Emma Banks, vice president, F&B Strategy & Development EMEA, at Hilton also revealed that the company has signed a deal with Nadec, one of the largest agricultural and food-processing companies in the Middle East, to purchase 200 tons of tomatoes.

She also affirmed Hilton’s commitment to protecting the community in which it operates.

Banks revealed that Hilton has been working hard to reduce carbon emissions by implementing strategic measures in its operations. 

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