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This new UAE and UK partnership has got us all excited


A well-known British supermarket brand and award-winning family business here in the UAE have joined forces and the result is going to be premium-quality awesomeness delivered right to your door

There’s a new partnership on the not-so-distance horizon – 15 October, in fact.

In just four days from today (11 October) two iconic English and UAE based brands will form an all-new partnership. *(Insert drum roll)

Kibsons and Sainsbury’s are set to join forces and will now be bringing you a wider-choice of UK grocery products right to your door.

On the weekly shopping listed is an extensive new range of Sainsbury’s branded items, so for the Brits out there, your longings of some of your favourite British products can now be realised.

So, let’s take a closer look that weekly shopping list.

All the favourites are there, of course: Frozen goods, seafood, pizza, bread, pastry, fruits, biscuits and savoury snacks.  For a taste of home for UAE British expats, the range will also include fruit and cooking sauces, tinned items, soups, spreads, oils and vinegars and well as healthy cereals and pantry essentials including rice, sugar, flour, pasta and rice.

In fact, and according to Halima Jumani, Director of Kibsons, the partnership will see an initial launch of no less than “500 products, with more to follow in the near future.”

For many Brits living here in Abu Dhabi, and the UAE, and those non-Brits who value premium quality groceries, this is surely a win-win partnership!

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