Carrefour launches an outlet for organic products in Dubai

Carrefour chains, operated by the Majid Al Futtaim Foundation in the UAE, recently opened an outlet for organic and health products retail in Dubai, in the presence of the Minister of Climate Change and Environment, Maryam bint Mohammed Saeed Hareb Al Muhairi.

And the CEO of Majid Al Futtaim Retail, Hani Weiss, said in statements on the sidelines of the launch of the new outlet in the “City Center Me’aisem” center in the Emirate of Dubai, the day before yesterday, that the store, which comes under the name “Carrefour Bio”, includes organic agricultural products, a percentage of which was supplied. 70% of them come from local production sources in the country.

He added, "The new store concept, which has more than 3,000 items to choose from, is characterized by its specialization in organic products, which range from organic food and beverages to organic cosmetics, personal goods and home care items. Carrefour Bio supports the organic lifestyle and contributes In promoting and promoting locally grown products, in line with the country’s National Food Security Strategy 2051.”

Wes added: “Our research shows that while healthy eating is now a top priority, many consumers are turning away from organic shopping as a costly option.

This is exactly what Carrefour Bio seeks to solve, offering healthy alternatives at affordable prices to ensure the safety of the entire community.

Customers now have the opportunity to source healthy products, make informed decisions while dining out, and contribute to protecting the environment by encouraging the use of recyclable bags and other green and sustainable practices.

Carrefour Bio offers recyclable paper bags and uses biodegradable containers for fresh produce packaging, in line with the brand's efforts in retail.

Which aims to eliminate single-use plastics in its operations by 2025. Customers will have water and sanitizer refill stations that are easy and quick to use and help prevent excessive consumption of plastic.

The 589-square-meter store area also hosts an innovative hydroponic farm, to offset Carrefour's carbon footprint and enhance food security in the UAE.

The store also offers a wide range of fruits and vegetables from 100% natural, certified organic farms, poultry and meat without added hormones, as well as fish that are fed organically from certified pore fish. of dairy products and many other healthy options.

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