The Al Rawabi Farm in Al Khawaneej, Dubai.
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DUBAI – The UAE’s iconic Al Rawabi Farm and production plant geared up for its reopening with a private visit by His Excellency Abdul Jalil Al Fahim, member of the Al Fahim Group Supervisory Board.
Following the Covid-19 outbreak, Al Rawabi temporarily closed the farm to the public a few months ago.
Al Rawabi Dairy Company produces a range of milk, yoghurt, laban and juice in the UAE. The company, with headquarters located in Dubai’s Al Khawaneej area, also operates in Oman and Qatar.
Al Rawabi first opened in the UAE in 1989 with just 500 cows. Today, it is considered the region’s largest dairy producer with more than 15,000 cows, a dairy plant, a juice plant, and a centre for feed production.
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