Alrifai Rifai or rifai nuts is a Lebanese multinational nut retailing company headquartered in Beirut, Lebanon, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Alrifai International Holding Ltd. It is the largest nut retailing chain in the Middle East and the company with the biggest market share in Lebanon.
Anghami is the first legal music streaming platform and digital distribution company in the Arab World region launched in November 2012 providing unlimited Arabic and International music to stream and download for offline mode. It is designed for the Middle East and North Africa to provide the largest music catalog of licensed content from the major Arabic labels such as Rotana, Melody, Mazzika, Platinum Records and many other independent labels, in addition to international majors labels such as EMI, Sony, Universal and Warner Music Group. Anghami is one of the largest digital music venture in the Middle-East seed funded by MEVP. The goal of Anghami was to reduce music piracy in the Middle East, citing music piracy rate in that area is very high and should provide this service to serve as an alternative to piracy.
Bank of Beirut
Bank of Beirut is a commercial bank in Beirut, Lebanon. It was founded in 1963 as Realty Business Bank S.A.L. and 10 years later, in 1973, changed its name to Bank of Beirut. In 1993, a group of bankers and businessmen headed by Salim Sfeir, the current Chairman and CEO, acquired the five branches bank, which ranked 35 out of the 71 banks operating that year, and in 1997, Bank of Beirut was listed on the Beirut Stock Exchange.
Bonjus, French for good juice, is line of beverages produced in Lebanon by Interbrand S.A.L., under licence from Lebanon Fruit Juice Co. S.A.L. The company was founded in 1962, and is one of the leading beverage, dairy, and ice-cream makers in Lebanon. The Bonjus Tetra Pak juice boxes are best known for their triangular pyramid tetrahedron shape, and Bonjus comes in a variety of flavours.
Château Musar is the name of a Lebanese winery in Ghazir, Lebanon, 24 kilometres (15 mi) north of the capital Beirut. Musar grapes grow in the Beqaa Valley, a fertile sunny valley at an elevation of 1,000 metres (3,300 ft), situated 40 km (25 mi) east of Beirut.
IXSIR is a Lebanese wine company established in 2008. The winery is located just outside Batroun, north Lebanon.
Massaya is a Lebanese winery and arak distillery owned and operated by the Ghosn brothers Sami and Ramzi. Situated in the north of the Beqaa Valley near Chtaura and Zahlé, 38 km from Baalbek, the winery and distillery are located on the Tanaïl property, which is also home to vineyards and a restaurant. The Beqaa Valley has an extensive history of viticulture dating back over 5,000 years to the Phoenicians. The northern Bekaa has traditionally been a favoured terroir for viticulture, especially since the beginning of the last century. Vines have also been introduced in the southern Bekaa as part of the recent surge in the number of wineries established in Lebanon.
Middle East Airlines
Middle East Airlines – Air Liban S.A.L., more commonly known as Middle East Airlines (MEA), is the national flag-carrier airline of Lebanon, with its head office in Beirut, near Beirut–Rafic Hariri International Airport. It operates scheduled international flights to Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Africa from its base at Rafic Hariri International Airport.
Patchi is a chocolatier based in Lebanon. Established by Nizar Choucair in 1974, it is distributed across much of the Middle East. Patchi today is the leading chocolate brand in the Middle East, winner of ISO 2000 – 1901 year award for quality management.
Tabbah is a bespoke jewelry company in Beirut, Lebanon that was founded in 1862 and now it is a family business owned and run by Nabil and Nagib Tabbah. The company has made jewelry for the wedding of Princess Charlene of Monaco.
W Motors is a Dubai-based car company, established originally in Beirut, Lebanon in 2012 by Ralph R. Debbas. W Motors was the first Lebanese manufacturer of sports cars, and is the first Middle-East-based manufacturer of luxury sports cars, or supercars.
Zaatar w Zeit
Zaatar w Zeit, a commercial brand of the Lebanese company Breakfast & Co. S.A.L., is an urban eatery franchise founded in Lebanon in 1999 and operating with 20 outlets in Lebanon and more than 70 outlets throughout the Middle East, including 20 in the United Arab Emirates. The company also has outlets in Jordan, Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
Made in Lebanon. Certification
All the brands that have the “Made in Lebanon” label went through two-staged system of labelling in REC