Engro Foods committed to its motto of “Nourishing through Nature”

SAHIWAL: Engro Foods Limited (EFL) has established its credibility in Pakistan in a short span of ten years and this credibility has attracted foreign investors into Pakistan and fueled the economy with a foreign investment of $486 million.

EFL’s Head of Corporate Communication Nageen Rizvi informed this to the group of Agriculture Journalists Association during their visit to the EFL plant in Sahiwal. She said that foreign investment was not only strengthening the economy but also reduced unemployment and created better opportunities for the dairy farmers in Pakistan. She informed, “EFL trains farmers throughout the year on best dairy farming practices. Their expert team of veterinary doctors visits the farmers to provide free medical advice for the farmer’s animals.”

EFL has also signed a MOU with Greenland to provide top of the line machinery to the Pakistani dairy farmers for upgrading their farms and has also signed an MOU with their banking partners under PMYBL Scheme to empower the dairy farmers with financing facilities for purchasing machinery or livestock as they may require increasing their income. Engro Foods also owns and operates a world-class dairy farm with 6,500 cows near Sahiwal called “Nara Farm”.

EFL’s Quality Head Adnan Ishtiaq informed journalists that EFL was committed to their consumers as it was focused with its motto of “Nourishing through Nature”. “We ensure to provide best quality products that are in line with all food and safety regulations of National  International Food Regulatory authorities,” he said and added, “Our commitment is to increase the livelihood of Pakistan’s dairy farmers and strengthening the dairy sector. Our vision remains to provide millions of consumers with good quality across Pakistan and the ultimate brand experience.”

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