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Since our incorporation in 2005 Safa Food has been baking fresh quality breads and confectionery using only authentic recipes and the finest
Since our incorporation in 2005 Safa Food has been baking fresh quality breads and confectionery using only authentic recipes and the finest

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Safa Food Pitta bread is a flatbread that is made out of wheat. In some cultures, it is often consumed daily. Over the years, it has become more common in the through the world. Pitta bread can be part of a health-conscious diet and works well with many cuisines.

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Safa Food Pitta bread is a flat bread that contains a “pocket” in the middle. It is used in many cultures around the world as a way to eat stews -- the bread is used to scoop up the meat or beans in lieu of a spoon. In the United States and Europe, it is most often used to make sandwiches. Pitta bread can hold almost any sandwich filling and can be served hot or cold. You can put sauce, cheese and other toppings on the Pitta bread and place it under a broiler until the cheese has melted for a quick pizza.

Fillings:

Safa Food Pitta bread, especially the whole wheat variety, lends itself to a variety of healthy sandwich fillings. Fill a Pitta with chopped low-fat ham, low-fat cheese and black olives and place it in the microwave for one minute for a melt-in-your-mouth lunch. You can also fill Pitta bread with low-fat versions of tuna, chicken or egg salad. If you are a vegetarian, try a Safa Food Pitta sandwich stuffed with hummus, avocado and bean sprouts.
Safa Food Pitta bread is a flatbread that is made out of wheat. In some cultures, it is often consumed daily. Over the years, it has become more common in the through the world. Pitta bread can be part of a health-conscious diet and works well with many cuisines.

Function:

Safa Food Pitta bread is a flat bread that contains a “pocket” in the middle. It is used in many cultures around the world as a way to eat stews -- the bread is used to scoop up the meat or beans in lieu of a spoon. In the United States and Europe, it is most often used to make sandwiches. Pitta bread can hold almost any sandwich filling and can be served hot or cold. You can put sauce, cheese and other toppings on the Pitta bread and place it under a broiler until the cheese has melted for a quick pizza.

Fillings:

Safa Food Pitta bread, especially the whole wheat variety, lends itself to a variety of healthy sandwich fillings. Fill a Pitta with chopped low-fat ham, low-fat cheese and black olives and place it in the microwave for one minute for a melt-in-your-mouth lunch. You can also fill Pitta bread with low-fat versions of tuna, chicken or egg salad. If you are a vegetarian, try a Safa Food Pitta sandwich stuffed with hummus, avocado and bean sprouts.
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Safa Food Pitta bread is a flatbread that is made out of wheat. In some cultures, it is often consumed daily. Over the years, it has become more common in the through the world. Pitta bread can be part of a health-conscious diet and works well with many cuisines.

Function:

Safa Food Pitta bread is a flat bread that contains a “pocket” in the middle. It is used in many cultures around the world as a way to eat stews -- the bread is used to scoop up the meat or beans in lieu of a spoon. In the United States and Europe, it is most often used to make sandwiches. Pitta bread can hold almost any sandwich filling and can be served hot or cold. You can put sauce, cheese and other toppings on the Pitta bread and place it under a broiler until the cheese has melted for a quick pizza.

Fillings:

Safa Food Pitta bread, especially the whole wheat variety, lends itself to a variety of healthy sandwich fillings. Fill a Pitta with chopped low-fat ham, low-fat cheese and black olives and place it in the microwave for one minute for a melt-in-your-mouth lunch. You can also fill Pitta bread with low-fat versions of tuna, chicken or egg salad. If you are a vegetarian, try a Safa Food Pitta sandwich stuffed with hummus, avocado and bean sprouts.
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#SAFA FOOD QUALITY CONTROL

Quality Control is a responsibility that Safa Food Limited take very seriously, hence the independent certification by one internationally recognized standards, the BRC Food Standard.

Through pre-delivery inspections, supplier and manufacturer audits, adherence to the BRC Food Grade (Higher Level) Grade A standard, HACCP and in-house Quality Assurance Management System, including product traceability, Quality Assurance is the cornerstone of our company culture.


BRC standards requires the adoption and implementation of HACCP,

a documented and effective quality management system and the continuous control of environment standards, products, processes and personnel.

Safa Food uses a rigorous Quality Management System to assure the best production practices. QMS incorporates comprehensive and best practice procedures covering areas such as HACCP, continual improvement, GMP, new product development, calibration, hygiene, safety, environmental.

To meet this objective, it is the policy of Safa Food to:

Implement and maintain the BRC Food Grade standard
Implement and maintain a documented Quality Management System
Implement and maintain HACCP programme
Implement and maintain industry recycling through Repak
Implement and maintain a system of product traceability
Purchase goods from suppliers who operate similar Quality Management Systems

Comply with local and government environmental policies
Motivate and encourage all staff on an ongoing basis to recognize the importance of quality as part of outstanding customer service
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The Timeline of Bread#Safa Food

About 10,000 B.C., man first started eating a crude form of flat bread - a baked combination of flour and water.
Ancient Egyptians are believed to be the first to have baked leavened (raised) bread. About 3,000 B.C., they started fermenting a flour and water mixture by using wild yeast which was present in the air. Since wheat is the only grain with sufficient gluten content to make a raised or leavened loaf of bread, wheat quickly became favored over other grains grown at the time, such as oats, millet, rice, and barley. The workers who built the pyramids in Egypt were paid in bread.

The Egyptians also developed ovens in which several loaves of bread could be baked at the same time. Bread for the rich was made from wheat flour, bread for those who weren't wealthy was made from barley, and bread for the poor was made from sorghum.
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SAFA FOOD RECIPE OF THE DAY BURRITO

INGREDIENTS:

o 1/2 cup uncooked regular white rice
o Juice of 1 medium lime
o 1/3 cup chopped fresh cilantro leaves
o 2 cups shredded deli rotisserie chicken
o 230 grams seasoned black beans
o 5 Safa Food Mediterranean wraps
o 1 cup pico de gallo salsa
o 1 cup shredded romaine lettuce (optional)
o 1/2 cup Mexican sour cream or sour cream

DIRECTIONS:

Cook rice as directed on package. Stir in lime juice, cilantro and chicken, fluffing with fork. Meanwhile, heat beans as directed on package.
Microwave each wrap on High for 30 seconds. Place 1 wrap on work surface. Place 1/4 cup chicken mixture on middle of wrap. Top with beans, salsa and lettuce. Add sour cream on top.

Fold edge of wrap closest to you toward middle of mixture, repeat with edge farthest away. Starting with right side, begin to fold the wrap up slowly, ensuring that folded sides remain intact. Continue until burrito is completely enclosed. Cut in half before serving, wrapping in foil if desired.
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HEALTHY TURKEY SAFA FOOD WRAPS FOR DIABETICS
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Safa Food our bread range include Pitta, Mediterranean Wraps and Naan Bread and the White and Wholemeal Pittas have been awarded Gold Medals at the Great Taste Awards.

The range includes:
White Pitta: Oval, Mini and Round
Wholemeal Pitta: Oval, Mini and Round
White and Wholemeal Wraps as standard.
Naan Breads: Plain and Garlic & Coriander
Gluten Free Breads
Gluten Free Confectionery
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