DMK Group to have new product portfolio for retail and food service at Gulfood

Date 01.29.2019 | Category: News
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From 17-21 February, Gulfood visitors can learn more about DMK Group´s new appearance in Hall 1 at Stand 159.


With Uniekaas, the DMK Group is introducing the product range of the oldest Dutch cheese brand to the MENA region. Made from 100% Dutch cow’s milk and based on traditional Gouda recipes, Uniekaas Gouda serves up an authentic and unmistakable taste.


Said Michael Feller, Chief Operating Officer DMK International: “With Uniekaas, we have aligned our portfolio even more closely with the needs of the market. The cheese is produced solely with pasture-fed milk. This means that for at least 120 days a year, each cow can graze on the pastures for at least six hours. This quality forms the basis for a product that our customers appreciate.”


In addition to the excellent Gouda, DMK also offers Maasdam, Edam, smoked cheese and even goat cheese with its brand Uniekaas. The brand will be internationally presented in a new fresh typical Dutch design, conveying to the high quality of the presented product portfolio.


The Oldenburger brand has grown significantly in recent years and has developed into one of the strongest import brands for long-life milk and cream in the MENA countries. This success is mainly due to the high quality of the products made from 100% pure fresh cow’s milk. Another reason for the brand’s positive development is the attractive product range, which will be further expanded as presented at Gulfood.


In addition to new products, for Oldenburger the Gulfood fair is all about a new packaging design for the MENA region.


Said Eusebio Gonzalez, Managing Director at DMK MENA: “To meet the preferences of our target Group even more closely, we have come up with a fresh packaging design that is tailored to them. We are thus taking an even more differentiated approach in our respective target markets.” For more visit DMK at Gulfood or at



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