Edita Food Industries makes Forbes Middle East’s Top 50 Egyptian Companies list
Forbes Middle East puts Edita on its list of Top 50 Egyptian Companies, highlighting the company’s consistently solid performance in the Egyptian market.
Edita Food Industries S.A.E. (EFID.CA on the Egyptian Exchange and EFIFq.L on the London Stock Exchange), a leader in the Egyptian packaged snack food market, announced today that it made Forbes Middle East’s Top 50 Egyptian Companies list. The ranking serves to underscore the company’s leadership position in the Egyptian snack food market and its exceptional brand equity, having consistently brought its customers throughout the region the highest quality products.
The announcement was made during Forbes’ Celebrating Egypt’s Success conference in the presence of the Egyptian Minister of Planning and Administrative Reform Hala Al-Saeed, the Minister of Social Solidarity Ghada Wali, and the Editor in Chief of Forbes Middle East Khuloud Al Omain. The conference honored the top 50 Egyptian companies, the 25 strongest Egyptian startups, and the 25 most powerful women. The rankings were set using global criteria followed for choosing the best 100 companies in the Arab world, which included an examination of each company’s revenues, profits, market value, and assets.