Retail, Saudi Arabia, Technology, UAE

It’s market day! UAE’s noon now offers groceries

Say goodbye to the long supermarket checkout ques and scouring endless aisles to check items off your shopping list!

noon, the Middle East’s homegrown online marketplace, now has groceries on hand that can be delivered right to your doorstep with just a few clicks.

It gets even better with major deals all year-long and this summer, from 1 – 3 August, shoppers have the chance to get an extra 20 percent off at checkout, for purchases over AED 100.

noon founder Mohamed Alabbar
noon founder Mohamed Alabbar

From food, to housecleaning products, toiletries and much more, noon aims to be a one stop destination for grocery needs.

As a customer-focused and Arabic-first e-commerce platform, noon brings a growing product assortment thanks to connections with the local retail community. noon presents a compelling alternative retail choice through its website or dedicated iOS and Android apps.

Earlier this month, in an interview with CNN, UAE-based online shopping platform noon’s founder Mohamed Alabbar said they aim to launch online groceries business.

“Our aim is that you come to our website and our app many times during the day and grocery is a critical part of your life and your family life,” Alabbar told CNN.

Alabbar, who is also the chairman of Emaar Properties, has backed the Noon venture, along with investment from Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund and Kuwait’s retail group MH Alshaya, with an initial investment totaling around $1 billion. The portal was launched in the UAE and Saudi Arabia last year.

Yala grab your groceries on noon. From here, for here.

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