About Us

Who we are

Established in 1990, the Arabian Food Industries Company had a humble beginning offering a modicum of products with only two types of white and mozzarella cheeses, respectively. Since then its flagship cheese brand, Domty, has grown to hold an unparalleled position amongst market competitors. This has been made possible through a combination of strategic endeavors, most notably those that have helped secure market trust and consumer loyalty owed to the company’s continuous commitment to quality. Domty now offers a wide range of products and flavors— , with a family of nearly 200 SKUs— that have helped expand its market reach and made it available on all supermarket shelves. 

Domty’s success is exemplified in its growth trajectory. What began with only two distribution centers and two trucks, at a time when Egyptian consumers had yet to develop a taste for packaged cheese and when loose cheese held 90% of the market share, is now a household brand and leading cheese manufacturer in the industry.  

Today, Domty boasts a distribution fleet of over 600 trucks operating from 27 sub strategically located distribution hubs across the country, ensuring a streamlined delivery system directly to all kinds of retail; a feat made possible by a dedicated workforce of over 2600 employees. At the core of our success lie the values of innovation, quality ingredients, taste, and value for money.


Our Mission

To Provide our valuable Consumers with a diversified range of quality, nutritious and affordable products in the food and beverages industry.


Our Vision

Domty strives to be and maintain its frontrunner status in the food and dairy industry and to be viewed as a trusted entity by all of its stakeholder, including its consumers, employees and shareholders.  

Priding itself on being a consumer-centric business that encourages teamwork and innovation, Domty aims to provide superior quality products that consistently exceed consumer expectations.

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