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 king, crown prince condole with UAE leaders on Sharjah official’s demise 

Updated 10 July 2020

Saudi king, crown prince condole with UAE leaders on Sharjah official’s demise 

  • Sheikh Al Qasimi, deputy ruler of the emirate of Sharjah, died in London on Thursday

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia's King Salman and Crown Prince Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman sent messages of condolences on Friday to the leaders of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on the death of Sheikh Ahmed bin Sultan Al Qasimi, deputy ruler of the emirate of Sharjah.

"(We) ask God Almighty to bless him with the grace of his mercy and forgiveness, and accommodate him in his vast paradise," King Salman said in separates messages to UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and to Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah.

Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman, Saudi deputy prime minister and minister of defense, also sent separate messages to the two leaders expressing his sympathies, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.

Sheikh Al Qasimi passed away in London on Thursday, according to the Emirates News Agency (WAM). 

The state news agency announced a three-day mourning period in Sharjah.