Where We Are going Today: Saudi Arabia’s Greens.sa offers healthy option on the go

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Updated 20 December 2019

Where We Are going Today: Saudi Arabia’s Greens.sa offers healthy option on the go

  • With outlets in Riyadh and Alkhobar offers a wide-ranging menu

RIYADH: For busy people on the go it can sometimes be difficult grabbing a healthy meal option.

However, Greens.sa in Riyadh and Alkhobar offers a wide-ranging menu of tasty and nutritious foods aimed at satisfying the most health-conscious of palates. Vegans and vegetarians are catered for too.

The restaurant focuses on providing everyday feel-good, light meals with breakfast choices including organic chocolate granola, and pancakes with maple syrup.

Salads, such as sweet butternut and vegan Thai, come in a jar while more hearty sandwiches include smoked turkey with dried cranberries and Greens’ chicken shawarma.

Among healthy snacks and desserts, are the peanut butter bomb, peanut protein scream, raw vegan brownies, and an assortment of fresh fruit juices and smoothies are available along with Greens’ signature pink latte.

Food can be picked up in person or ordered online.


Saudi university ranks fourth on international list of educational establishments

Updated 04 June 2020

Saudi university ranks fourth on international list of educational establishments

  • King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals rates highly based on number of utilities patents granted to it in the United States
  • University received 225 patents, topped only by the University of California, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Texas

DHAHRAN: Saudi Arabia’s King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals has been ranked fourth on a global list of 100 universities granted utility patents in the United States in 2019.
The annual list is compiled by the American organizations the National Academy of Inventors and the Intellectual Property Owners Association. KFUPM was granted 225 patents last year according to the list, which was topped by the University of California (631), followed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (355) and the University of Texas (276).
Prince Abdul Aziz bin Salman, the Saudi minister of energy and chairman of KFUPM’s board of trustees, said the achievement reflects the university’s strategic methodology in the fields of research and innovation, and is something the Kingdom can be proud of.
He also thanked King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for their great support for education.