Chopard collection celebrates women with a big heart

Nasiba Hafiz has been selected by Chopard to star in the new campaign.
Updated 10 September 2018
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Chopard collection celebrates women with a big heart

Chopard is dedicating its new Happy Hearts collection to every woman with a big heart. 

The maison has chosen 10 talented Arab women to star in the Happy Hearts campaign, which is a celebration of local talents.

“The campaign takes us on a journey of passion, success and ambition through the voices of the region’s most affluent women in their own fields. Each one of these women represents the ‘Happy Hearts’ in their own special way, through their individual lives and careers guided by their heart. Their singular stories provide anchor points for moments of happiness by connecting them with persons and objects that evoke fond memories and connect them with the heart emblem,” Chopard said in a statement. 

Fitness trainer and interior designer Haya Sawan and designer Nasiba Hafiz are the inspirational women selected by Chopard from Saudi Arabia, in partnership with Attar United, the official owner of Chopard boutiques in the Kingdom.

“If I were to associate Chopard with a motif, it would be a big heart because there is a family behind it.” It is in these terms that Caroline Scheufele, co-president of Chopard, explained the importance of the values that have forged the reputation of the Geneva-based maison: Humanity, generosity and kindness.


SADAFCO program highlights importance of milk

Updated 22 April 2019
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SADAFCO program highlights importance of milk

Saudia Dairy and Foodstuff Company (SADAFCO) recently launched a Kingdom-wide awareness program across public and private schools. The program aims to educate students about the importance of milk as an easy and nutritious solution to support their active lifestyles and nurture growth.

Under the slogan “Healthy Eating Equals Better Health,” SADAFCO will collaborate with trained educators who will visit primary schools to talk about the importance of milk for children’s health and bodies. The program will run until the end of April and aims to reach at least 500,000 girls and boys.

“We acknowledge the nutritional challenges children commonly face, especially in the Middle East, where obesity rates are reported to be more than 50 percent,” said Gabriel Predescu, marketing manager at SADAFCO. “Students in primary schools are generally very active and as a result, their nutritional needs are very high. That’s why, at SADAFCO, we believe that this program will be instrumental in demonstrating the importance of milk in a healthy balanced diet and allow the kids of today to contribute to the development of this great nation.”

In order to encourage students to participate in the program, SADAFCO is also holding an online competition, where the students draw the benefits of drinking milk and share their drawings on social media. Fifty winners will be rewarded with new bicycles from SADAFCO. 

“Milk is recognized as being one of the most nutritious liquid foods available. It contains 14 out of the 18 nutrients humans need, including vitamins, proteins, fats, sugars and carbohydrates,” said Sara Alshehri, event and social media manager at SADAFCO. “We made sure to deliver the message to the students using their language and in an entertaining manner to boost healthy habits among them.”

SADAFCO is a publicly listed company producing dairy and foodstuff products under the Saudia brand name since 1977, a year after the company was formed. Saudia enjoys being one of the market leaders in the Kingdom in the production of tomato paste, ice cream and milk.

Based in Jeddah, SADAFCO operates sales and distribution depots in 24 locations across Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Jordan and Kuwait. Saudia products are also exported to several countries in the MENA region.