Gulf Times - supermarkets
'There's enough stock for everyone'

'There's enough stock for everyone'

Major hypermarkets and supermarkets will continue to offer a wide range of food and non-food items at their branches and through online orders amid the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak.

Major hypermarkets and supermarkets ensure safe and clean shopping environment

Major hypermarkets and supermarkets ensure safe and clean shopping environment

Major hypermarkets and supermarkets in Doha have reassured consumers of a sanitised and clean environment at their stores and in delivering online orders as part of the precautionary measures ...

Britain to consider doubling charge on plastic bags

Britain to consider doubling charge on plastic bags

Since October 2015, large retailers in England have been legally required to impose the charge.

First 'plastic free' label to help shoppers curb pollution

First 'plastic free' label to help shoppers curb pollution

A new ‘plastic-free’ logo launched in Britain on Wednesday will allow shoppers to identify products with plastic packaging, as companies come under growing pressure to use green alternatives.

Khayr Qatarna brings fresh produce to supermarkets

Khayr Qatarna brings fresh produce to supermarkets

Khayr Qatarna, an initiative of the Sahtak Awalan - Your Health First campaign, has harvested its first crop and begun supplying fresh fruit and vegetables to local supermarkets.

Municipality inspectors check for suspect meat

Municipality inspectors check for suspect meat

The Al Khor and Al Thakhira Municipality's Health Inspection Section has conducted an inspection campaign on the commercial complexes and supermarkets within its jurisdiction.

Call for restrictions on grant of new grocery licences

Call for restrictions on grant of new grocery licences

A group of grocery operators in Doha have urged the authorities to restrict licences for new supermarkets in their areas.

Demand increases for organic and healthy food

Demand increases for organic and healthy food

Major supermarkets and hypermarkets in Qatar are witnessing an increase in demand for organic and healthy food items, particularly vegetables and fruits, each year, it is learnt.

Three supermarkets closed down permanently

Three supermarkets closed down permanently

The director of Al Khor and Al Thakhira Municipality has ordered the permanent closure of three supermarkets for selling foodstuff without the required licence.

Sales of non-food commodities drop

Sales of non-food commodities drop

The demand for a wide range of non-food commodities in Qatar has significantly dropped over the past four months due to a number of factors, it is learnt.

Rayyan Water to rebrand its 5 gallon bottles

Rayyan Water to rebrand its 5 gallon bottles

The popular Rayyan Water will relaunch its five gallon water bottle under a new brand name ‘Jannah’ by mid-January.