Where We Are going Today: Saudi Arabia’s Greens.sa offers healthy option on the go

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Updated 20 December 2019

Where We Are going Today: Saudi Arabia’s Greens.sa offers healthy option on the go

  • With outlets in Riyadh and Alkhobar offers a wide-ranging menu

RIYADH: For busy people on the go it can sometimes be difficult grabbing a healthy meal option.

However, Greens.sa in Riyadh and Alkhobar offers a wide-ranging menu of tasty and nutritious foods aimed at satisfying the most health-conscious of palates. Vegans and vegetarians are catered for too.

The restaurant focuses on providing everyday feel-good, light meals with breakfast choices including organic chocolate granola, and pancakes with maple syrup.

Salads, such as sweet butternut and vegan Thai, come in a jar while more hearty sandwiches include smoked turkey with dried cranberries and Greens’ chicken shawarma.

Among healthy snacks and desserts, are the peanut butter bomb, peanut protein scream, raw vegan brownies, and an assortment of fresh fruit juices and smoothies are available along with Greens’ signature pink latte.

Food can be picked up in person or ordered online.


DiplomaticQuarter: Mauritius ambassador, Saudi aid agency chief discuss cooperation

Updated 02 July 2020

DiplomaticQuarter: Mauritius ambassador, Saudi aid agency chief discuss cooperation

RIYADH: Mauritian Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Shaukat Ali Soudhan held talks with Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, supervisor general of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief).
They “held a virtual meeting, and the two sides discussed various ways to enhance bilateral cooperation,” KSRelief said in a statement.
“The two leaders also discussed mutual coordination to cope with the emerging situation because of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, as well as KSRelief’s work and program developments on various projects in Mauritius.”
They discussed joint humanitarian and relief efforts, and reviewed various KSRelief programs in Mauritius.
Soudhan praised KSRelief’s ongoing efforts to alleviate the suffering of people in crisis-affected countries worldwide, particularly in Mauritius.
He thanked Saudi Arabia for its assistance to his country’s people. The Kingdom is among the largest donors of humanitarian aid in the world.
In November 2019, Saudi Arabia confirmed that it had provided nearly $18 billion of humanitarian assistance to help refugees.
The Kingdom and Mauritius are developing closer ties. Soudhan in February said his country had benefited from a 400 percent increase in the number of Saudi tourists in the past two years following the opening of direct flights.