Dina Foods expands its Lebanese Baklawa selection

By Jenny Eagle

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Dina Foods Filo-Delight. Pic: Dina Foods
Dina Foods Filo-Delight. Pic: Dina Foods
Dina Foods has expanded its Baklawa range, launching a sweet pastry called Filo-Delight.

The sweets feature layers of filo pastry, filled with mint, cashew and chocolate chip, mincemeat, orange zest and almond or walnut and ginger, available to buy in Morrisons stores, UK. 

Festive period

Suheil Haddad, MD, Dina Foods, said Filo Delight can be served all year-round, with the mincemeat and chocolate being ideal for the festive period. 

"Filo-Delight is a range of four sweet filo pastries, which are light and refreshing, and perfect for serving with tea or coffee in the morning, after lunch, or as an accompaniment after dinner,​” he said. 

The range is a result of hard work between our creative formulators and New Product Designers who created this product utilizing our know-how and successfully tried and tested baklawa manufacturing capabilities​.” 

In addition to its Lebanese Baklawa selection, Dina Foods manufactures Eastern Mediterranean bread including the Paninette, selling under the Dina brand in retailers and foodservice outlets in the UK and Europe. 

Our privately-owned family business has been sharing its baking expertise for 25 years and now exports to a dozen European and Scandinavian countries​,” added Haddad.

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