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Type  Public
Industry  Restaurants
Traded as  Tadawul: 6002
Headquarters  Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
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Area served  Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, and Kuwait
Key people  , founder Ibrahim Al-Hamoud, first corporate partner H.R.H. Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Al Saud, current CEO
Products  Fast food, including Super Herfy, kufta, fish fillet, french fries, and milkshakes
Founded  1981, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Stock price  6002 (TADAWUL) SAR 81.75 -0.25 (-0.30%)9 Mar, 3:00 PM GMT+3 - Disclaimer
Founders  Ahmed Bin Hamad Al-Said, Hamud Bin Saad Al-Ibrahim

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Herfy (Arabic: هرفي‎‎) is a major fast food restaurant chain in Saudi Arabia and one of the largest in the Middle East, surpassing international chains in terms of presence. It has a total of more than 212 restaurants and 4,000 employees throughout Saudi Arabia. It also has many subsidiaries including Herfy Bakery and a soon to be built meat processing plant. It has been an entirely Saudi-owned company since its inception.


Herfy memories


Herfy was founded by Ahmed Al-Said in 1981. In 1994, Panda United was acquired by Prince Waleed bin Talal's Kingdom Holding Company. Consequently, Panda's 70% stake in Herfy was transferred to Kingdom, bolstered by the new large budget provided by Kingdom.

In 1998, AlAzizia Panda United (Panda's new name) was acquired by The Savola Group, headed by Adel Al-Fakeh, and Herfy became part of the group. Herfy's growth again grew as the number of Herfy chains doubled.

Future projects

Herfy recently opened its first overseas branch in Bahrain in cooperation with local partner Al Meer Trading. Franchise agreements in the U.A.E. and Kuwait have been concluded and more franchise requests have been received.

To cope with the added overseas branches, Herfy is planning to open its own SR13 million meat and chicken processing plant in a similar way to Herfy Bakery.


Herfy Wikipedia

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