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London Kosher caterer signs deal to run kitchen in Dubai

1070 Kitchen signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Blue Horizon in the Gulf state, allowing it to provide kosher food to hotels, restaurants and events

Israeli flag carrier El Al's flight LY971 after landing at the airport in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 31 August 2020. The first-ever El Al flight from Israel to UAE LY971 from Ben Gurion Airport carried a delegation led on the US side by President Trump's son-in-law and White House advisor Jared Kushner. Photo by: Amos Ben Gershom-GPO Via JINIPIX
Israeli flag carrier El Al's flight LY971 after landing at the airport in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 31 August 2020. The first-ever El Al flight from Israel to UAE LY971 from Ben Gurion Airport carried a delegation led on the US side by President Trump's son-in-law and White House advisor Jared Kushner. Photo by: Amos Ben Gershom-GPO Via JINIPIX

A London kosher caterer has agreed an historic agreement with a firm in the United Arab Emirates to establish a kitchen in Dubai.

This comes after the landmark agreement between Israel and the U.A.E. to forge formal relations through the Abraham Accords.

1070 Kitchen, a name inspired by the date Jews first arrived in Britain, signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Blue Horizon in the Gulf state, allowing it to provide kosher food to hotels, restaurants, for tourists and corporate clients.

Operating under the London Beth Din’s kosher licence, it supplies  leading catering companies, hotels and venues, including The Savoy, The Ritz, The Dorchester, Claridges, and the Houses of Parliament.

Its managing director Natalie Salama-Levy said: “We are very excited to be bringing our unique celebration of Jewish cuisine to Dubai in 2021 and to play our part in ensuring kosher visitors are able to enjoy excellent food during their stay”.

The partnership was established following the support of the UAE-Israel Business Council, Founding Member, Justine Zwerling and the Founder and CEO of Crumbiz, Shahar Matorin.

Its Israeli-born head chef, Oren Goldfeld, helped establish the new kitchen, and has previously held top roles including at Yotam Ottolenghi’s Nopi, and the prestigious Restaurant 1701, a British first fine-dining eatery celebrating Jewish cuisine

 

 

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