Al Xarbi Largest wheat flour mill plant in Berbera

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  1. TimaJilic

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    aka Boodhari mills
     
  3. yaanyuur

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    yes yes
     
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  4. Futurist

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    YES Somaliland :ooh:We're finally investing in manufacturing:banderas:
     
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  5. Omnya

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    Is this the same as boodhari mills misa carab ba meesha fortay?
     
  6. yaanyuur

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    Flour, pasta, bakeries, dry snacks on the way, cereals, bread. Possibilities are endless. The byproducts could be used as animal feed.
     
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    here is a list of things the wheat produced could be used for.


    • Flour. Most flour is made directly from the wheat grain. This includes white, bread, bran or brown flour. Buckwheat flour may also contain a blend of wheat, so be sure to check the label.
    • Breads. Breads, unless they have a label stating otherwise, will contain wheat. This includes freshly baked bread at your local bakery.
    • Baked Goods. Cakes, cookies, pastries or other baked goods all contain wheat.
    • Pasta. Pasta, unless it states that it is made from rice or quinoa, is also made from wheat flour.
    • Pizza. Pizza is also made from flour and unless it has a special label stating that it is gluten free, you can be sure that it contains wheat. This includes bread sticks and frozen pizzas, as well as frozen pizza dough.
    • Breaded and Battered Foods. Foods such as fish sticks, fried chicken wings or any battered vegetables such as pepper, onions or zucchini will contain wheat from the bread or batter.
    • Cereals. Most cereals are also made from wheat.
    • Canned Soups. Most canned soups contain a wheat starch or wheat flour as a thickener. This includes soups in packets as well as the soups that you order at most restaurants.
    • Vegetables. Frozen or canned vegetables prepared in a sauce, as well as creamed vegetables that contain stabilizers also contain wheat.
    • Sauces. Most commercially prepared sauces, such as soy sauce, Worcestershire, teriyaki, and horseradish sauce, should be assumed to contain wheat unless otherwise stated.
    • Dip and Gravy Mixes. These all contain wheat thickening agents. As a general rule most thickening agents such as starches contain wheat.
    • Ground Spices. Curry powder, Cajun spices, pie spice, and Thai spices contain a wheat agent that prevents them from clumping.
    • Instant Drinks. Drinks like instant coffee, instant tea and cocoa powder all contain wheat, as well as powdered, malted and chocolate milk. Most malted drinks will contain wheat.
    • Deserts. Ice cream, ice cream cones, sherbet, icings, meringues and puddings all contain wheat.
    • Condiments. Ketchup, mayonnaise and mustard that are either ready made or in powder form all contain wheat.
    • Salad Dressings. Many dressings contain wheat-enriched emulsifiers or stabilizers.
    • Meats. Sausages, luncheon, and prepared meat patties contain wheat.
    • Imitation and Synthetic Cheeses. Pasteurized cheese spreads, cottage cheese containing modified or wheat starches, blue cheese and veined cheeses like Roquefort contain wheat.
    • Beer. It’s most commonly made from barley, but wheat is also widely used as an ingredient.
    • Sweets. Licorice, chocolate, candy with cereal extract, and chewing gum all contain wheat.
     
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  8. TimaJilic

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    Al Xarbi is One of the business tycoon Somalilander.
     
  9. Yaquub

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    We have wheat farms in somalia??

    :ooh:
     
  10. yaanyuur

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    yeah can you believe it. I didn't know we can farm wheat there. I know we can for rice
     
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  11. Futurist

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    wtf kind of name is al xarbi?

    Why not use an authentic Somali name

    Is Al Xarbi Arabic? God I hate the Arabisation of Somalis :susp:
     
  12. Cawo Cawlo

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    Xarbi(Somali) + Arabs ayaa furtay.

    I'm not sure what happened to Boodhari Mills, but Al-Xarbi got permission from the government to build it back in 2005.

    Anyhow, guul mashallah. I want to see more of this rather than cuqdad filled clan beefs.
    Gacmo wada jir bay wax ku qabtaan.
     
  13. TimaJilic

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    Allaylehe waddanku warshado iyo wax soo saar ayuu u baahan yahay. More jobs for our people, economic growth, and self-sufficient
     
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