Mawashi, Qatar’s cutting-edge livestock company, recently announced the arrival of the very first Armenian livestock to the market, bringing to the market additional options for high-quality and palatable meat and meat derivatives, that are similar in nature to those coming from Arabian countries.
This initiative is in line with Mawashi’s aim to cater to the needs of the multinational communities in Qatar by offering a wide spectrum of choices at competitive prices. Mawashi received 1,000 sheep from Armenia and is, currently, looking into the possibility of increasing the order owing to its alikeness to livestock brought home from across the Arab world.
Mawashi further added that the Georgian livestock witnessed considerable demand on the account of its affordable price of QAR 1,100 and its significant weight of 40 kg per sheep.
Moreover, Mawashi noted that the company is gearing up to receive and make available livestock from Ethiopia and Turkey in the upcoming few days and as soon as European-standards and processes for health and quality checks are carried.
Mawashi has also received livestock from Somalia of 30 kg each alongside chilled meat of the same source and sheep from Kenya, Sudan, India and Pakistan. Furthermore, Mawashi announced a substantial increase in the sale of cow meat from Australia, India, Pakistan and Sudan while getting ready to collect a new shipment from Somalia in the next few weeks.
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