Prolife Foods is an international company specializing in the food industry, headquartered in New Zealand. It has a distinguished group of brands in consumer goods, and is efficient in producing and exporting honey to the local and global markets. As a result of consumers directing their attention to better and healthier food options, Prolife Foods has witnessed steady and sustainable growth in all divisions of its business, as it currently supplies its products to 18 countries worldwide from its global operations and distribution centers in New Zealand, Australia and Singapore.
Prolife Foods has also developed a strong group of brands to support its goal of providing distinct, delicious and high-quality food products, the most prominent of which is the Haddrell's of Cambridge line of products, which Gulf Food General Trading Company has exclusive rights to distribute in the Gulf Cooperation Council and the Middle East regions.
The history of mankind’s harvesting and use of honey produced by bees goes back more than 6,000 years, as honey was known as food and treatment for illnesses and wounds alike. Due to the importance of bees and honey they produce, people began to think about raising bees in hives that they make themselves, thus making the process of harvesting honey more easy and convenient.
Gulf Food General Trading Company is appreciated, respected and trusted by expert beekeepers in many countries of the world for its global standards in the maintaining high-quality packaging for their distinguished products, based on its keenness in dealing with beekeepers with honesty and credibility in breeding and producing natural honey, and who are able to provide and support food security for those countries, as well as recipients of gold awards and medals in international competitions.
In order to ensure the high-quality and purity of honey extracted after it has been sorted and packaged to reach the consumer in the best form and high-quality, experts of Gulf Food General Trading Company themselves supervise the import of natural bee honey directly from beehives in many countries, most notably New Zealand, Australia, Iran, Turkey, India, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Yemen, Oman and Kuwait.