From a humble factory down in Beirut to a three-story building in the outskirts of Beirut.
The Borjaks have built the new factory in 1999 in Eklim el Kharoub, Ketermaya region, 35-minute drive from Beirut. The factory has gone a major renovation in 2014 to become one of the most recognized confectionery factories in the region. Certified by Ministry of Industry, Ministry of Health, and is a member of SYNDICATE OF LEBANESE FOOD INDUSTRIES.
The building has four levels including a well-equipped warehouse. A huge walking cooler is located inside the warehouse to store tons of nuts to keep fresh. The warehouse has a dock and able to accommodate 20 and 40-foot containers.
The first level is split into two sections. The first section where the accounting and customer service offices are located, and the other section is dedicated for the production of Malban and Nougat.
Production area for the Malban and Nougat includes: a kitchen with certified pots and mixer, washing area with hands-free washer, preparation area with brand new marble tops and stainless steel stands, cutting area, wrapping area with two custom-made red-eye wrappers.
The second level is where the chocolate is produced. This level includes several departments starting from roasting area, chocolate processing machine area, preparation area, and a wrapping area.
The third level is also split into two major sections. First section includes the administration offices and the other section where the Jelly fruits, Sesame and Peanut brittles are produced.
This is how Borjak Company has become the leader in the making of Lebanese traditional confectioneries.