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Saudi Women Businesses Light Up This Ramadan With Packaging And Flavours

Women-founded businesses are no surprise in Saudi Arabia, especially when it comes to creativity. This Ramadan, many sweets and pastry brands have been excelling when it comes to packaging and flavors.

And it’s the perfect season to do so! Because during the holy month, it is customary to bring sweets and treats when you are invited to an eftar.

Let’s have a look at some of our favorite small business for this Ramadan.

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Mirza Chocolate

“Chocolate art in its finest expressions”, indeed! Looks amazing, tastes even better, this Saudi-born brand is founded by Jeddah native Shaimaa Mirza. The premium chocolate is artisanal both in the taste and aesthetic effort the founder places into her brand.

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Musa & Palm

Musa & Palm is a Saudi brand that specializes in artisanal dates stuffed with unique flavors such as figs and goat's cheese. They have seasonal launches that suit every taste, and take inspiration from the land, such as Al Madina's Mint, Flowers of Taif and Al Jouf's Lavenders.

The very cool thing about this brand is the fact that Suha Musa incorporates little depictions of Saudi heritage and nature in the packaging. Look how stunning!

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So Matcha

If you’re familiar with Saudi influencer Yara Al Namlah, then you definitely know this brand. “A matcha made in heaven”, this matcha and coffee specialty brand is for everyone who loves a good cup of matcha alongside a yummy treat. They launched new packaging recently so you can make your own matcha at home. The kit includes a matcha tin, handmade bowl, bamboo spoon, whisk, and matcha shisk stand.

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Kaak Al-Farah

Kaak Al-Farah is a pastry brand that offers traditional Arabic sweets founded by Afaf Mutiry. Her packaging is branded by Zahar Al Sayed, a Jeddah designers. The attention to detail is uncanny in the beautiful packaging decoration. The personalized details created such a unique packaging, that not only makes the sweets even more delicious, but also shows how much Mutiry cares about her craft.

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