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 ...
Hypermarkets are urging the public to stay calm and to avoid panic-buying as they have enough stocks to meet the local demand and the government is determined to prevent the virus from spreading.
Major hypermarkets across the country have stocked up their shelves with various food and non-food items, many of which bear the ‘Made in Qatar’ label as stores gear up for the upcoming Eid al-Adha holiday.
With the new academic year set to begin shortly, the back-to-school season has got parents trooping to malls and hypermarkets to make the most of a wide variety of sale promotions and discounts on children's apparel and other products.
Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain, and Egypt imposed an economic blockade against Qatar in June last year.
The retail sector has been growing rapidly in recent years, with numerous homegrown, regional and international brands active in the industry or intending to launch their maiden stores shortly.
Leading hypermarkets in the country have taken steps to bolster the stock of fresh food items as well as other food products. Most of them said that fresh food items from a number of countries will reach from Thursday.
While most of Qatar's residents flocked to major hypermarkets and groceries, several others lined up at nearby restaurants, eateries and bakeries a few hours before Iftar ...