The date of the Carrefour initiative for the UAE population by 50%
On the occasion of the approaching month of Ramadan, the management of Carrefour locations in the UAE has stated that they will be launching a new project, whereby the prices of about six thousand items will be decreased in order to celebrate the event.
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Initiative to reduce prices by fifty percent at Carrefour
Carrefour outlets in the United Arab Emirates, which are owned and operated by Majid Al Futtaim, have announced the launch of an initiative to reduce the prices of various commodities during the month of Ramadan by more than fifty percent. This initiative will include more than six million different commodities, including food and consumer goods.
The beginning of the promotional price cuts offered by Carrefour
Christophe Urset, who is in charge of the commercial and operations department at Carrefour, which is owned and operated by Majid Al Futtaim Retail, stated that "the campaign of special discounts for the month of Ramadan started from last Tuesday, while it extends over a period of more than 6 weeks."
Specifics on the Carrefour Middle East discount programme for the holy month of Ramadan
During a press conference that was held yesterday in Dubai to announce the specifics of the Ramadan discounts initiative, he stated that "the campaigns will witness many promotions that include discounts on bulk purchases, exclusive offers from international brands, and discounts on Carrefour's own products." He indicated this information during the press conference.
He continued, "Boxes containing essential goods like sugar, rice, and cooking oil will be distributed as part of the campaigns that are being run. The cost of these boxes ranges from fifty to one hundred dirhams, and they contain unique items that are exclusive to Carrefour. Customers can purchase these items for their own use or donate them to charitable organisations."
Keeping a huge inventory of goods available at Carrefour
He explained that "sales of food products increase significantly during the holy month of Ramadan, to account for between 70 and 80 percent of total sales," pointing out that "a large stock of Ramadan offers has been made available, and by relying on a wide network of local and international suppliers, as it has been completed." He added that "a large stock of Ramadan offers has been made available, and by relying on a wide network of local and international suppliers." efforts to boost its stock of items by 15% in order to satisfy the growing demand over the month of Ramadan at (Carrefour).
Carrefour is hosting a festival celebrating fresh Emirati products.
In addition, he mentioned that Carrefour would initiate the "Emirati Fresh Products Festival," which will feature price reductions of up to thirty percent on the fresh fruits and vegetables that come from farms in the surrounding area.
Orsit highlighted the fact that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has a highly diversified source of supply chains, which makes it possible to secure goods from a variety of markets despite fluctuations in the global economy. This directly contributes to the availability of stock, the maintenance of stable prices, and the encouragement of local production during the month of Ramadan.