Sidi Daoud Enters US Market with the Tunisian American Chamber of Commerce at the Winter 2009 Fancy Food Show

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Company is one of five Tunisian food enterprises exhibiting their products at the Winter 2009 Fancy Food Show in San Francisco.

Sidi Daoud -- a cannery located on the coast of Tunisia--will be attending the 34th Fancy Food Show in San Francisco on January 18-20, 2009 with the Tunisian American Chamber of Commerce in Booth #3230.

Sidi Daoud promotes quality and freshness through modern technology and state-of-the-art equipment in the seafood cannery industry. The plant is deep-rooted in history and tradition, and is looking to expand into the US market.

Sidi Daoud is one of five companies that are participating in 'The Taste of Tunisia', a program of the Tunisian American Chamber of Commerce (TACC) introducing regional taste of the countryside to the US specialty foods market. As a pioneer and first Tunisian cannery on the Mediterranean Sea, Sidi Daoud specializes in the production of canned tuna and sardines. Sidi Daoud holds European accreditation CE: 321, ISO Certification 9001: 2000, and 22000: 2005, and is going on IFS and BRC Certification. For special dietary needs, many Sidi Daoud products are certified 'Star-K' kosher.

"We are always striving towards excellence," says Managing Director Bellagha Ezzedine, "and at Sidi Daoud we pride ourselves on the quality of our products. We are excited to be introducing our line to US consumers."

The Sidi Daoud plant, established in 1824, is a seafood cannery offering processed Mediterranean tuna and oil-rich sardines. The company focuses on superior quality and freshness of its products through each stage of the canning process. Sidi Daoud is able to keep the natural flavour of adjuvant (olive oil, salt, tomato, lemon) by combining high-quality products with the newest steam cooking process. Rich in history and tradition, the company purchases only the best quality fish and preserves original flavors with state-of-the art technologies.

For more information contact Samy Bellagha at or abco @, or call Bethany Wilson at (423) 467-9864 or email bethany @


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