Coca-Cola Wipes Off Can Labels for Ramadan

In commemoration of Ramadan, and in a bid to unite a highly multicultural region such as the Middle-East, Coca-Cola has wiped off its can labels. The beverage manufacturer is hoping that this move will somewhat make individuals aware of the fact that prejudice and labeling people is not okay. The limited edition cans have been stripped off the brand logo lettering, but still sports the iconic Coke stripe. They also bear “Labels are for cans, not for people” writing.

“In the Middle East, a region with over 200 nationalities and a larger number of labels dividing people, these Coca-Cola cans send a powerful and timeless message that a world without labels is a world without differences,” “and that we are all basically just the same – human,” says FP7/DXB a Dubai-based agency.

Enjoy SushiArt’s Delivery Service This Summer

SushiArt, the sister company of the globally renowned SushiShop, will continue to satisfy sushi cravings throughout the hot summer months with its UAE-wide delivery service. From light Spring Rolls, to fresh Ceviche and nutritious Asian inspired salads, beat the heat and order an array of healthy dishes to savour whether at home or whilst at … Read more

Carmelo Anthony Buys Puerto Rico FC

The New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony has just joined the sports team owners club. This week he became the owner of Puerto Rican soccer team, Puerto Rico FC. He announced at a Thursday news conference that his new club, Puerto Rico FC, will join the North American Soccer League and start playing in 2016. In an exclusive … Read more

SOLO Welcomes New Gastronomic Delights

Since entering the Dubai culinary scene late 2014, Italian Bistronomia & Vinobar, SOLO has fast become a popular dining destination. A favourite with foodies and epicureans alike, SOLO was the proud recipient of the ‘Best Newcomer’ award at the Time Out Dubai 2015 Restaurant Awards. Head Chef; Corrado Pani, continues to innovate, developing the menu with the … Read more