Co-op Islami sales increase by 40 percent during Ramadan season
Co-op Islami, a company specializing in Halal meat products, has registered an average 40-50 percent increase in sales in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) market, and a 30 percent increase in international markets, which include other Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries, Iran and the UK.
The company expects that the month of Ramadan will generate further demand for its range of frozen chicken products.
Co-op Islami ensures its chickens are slaughtered in the traditional Islamic method. The company was set up by Dubai Cooperative Society in 1981. Starting with frozen chicken, Co-op Islami expanded its product line to provide burgers, sausages, kebabs and minced meat. — (menareport.com)
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