Food delivery firm Talabat adds groceries, pharmacy to Dubai services

Largest food delivery service in the Middle East announces expansion of services for Dubai customers
Talabat, Delivery, Food, Pharma, Dubai


Talabat, the largest food delivery service in the Middle East, is expanding its services by adding groceries and pharmacies as new categories on its platform.

Talabat customers will now be able to order groceries and pharmacy products through the app and select their delivery area across Dubai.

A wide range of products and groceries includes Carrefour, 800 Pharmacy and 7/11, it said in a statement.

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Muhammaed Yildirim, managing director of Talabat, said: “Talabat has shaped and revolutionised the regional food delivery service since its inception in 2004.

"With the addition of these new categories, we will be working closely with some of the biggest groceries and pharmacies across the country in service of our customers by having products delivered to them as conveniently as their food is, right to their door. This aligns with our aim of creating exceptional value for our customers as we innovate to simplify the overall delivery experience.”

He added: “We are eager to work with more and more partners to bring our customers all their daily needs. In the coming months, we will be adding even more options for customers to choose from, and we will be working on making these categories available in more areas around the country.”

With a network of over 13,000 restaurants and stores and 24,000 branches, Talabat houses the Middle East’s largest selection of eateries online.

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