Grandiose Supermarket brings sustainable supply chain to RAK

Ras Al Khaimah consumers to benefit from supermarket’s range of eco-friendly products
Grandiose, Supply Chain, Sustainability, Environment, RAK


Grandiose, owned by UAE headquartered conglomerate Ghassan Aboud Group, has opened its latest outlet in Grove Village, Ras Al Khaimah - the new lifestyle boutique mall.

Grandiose is bringing its focus on sustainability to Ras Al Khaimah, enabling consumers to purchase high-quality products while acting responsibly in conserving the environment for the future. 

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Grandiose has a partnership with leading European food retailer Intermarche, that has resulted in an assortment of healthy products.

Grandiose at Grove Village features a specialized section that offers and wide range of organic and superfood options, all sustainably sourced.

Grandiose has removed single-use plastic bags at checkout counters, while using non-plastic cutleries in its ‘grab and go’ section.

Further, through REFILL – one of many eco-friendly initiatives from Grandiose – the company is making it easier for customers to reuse product packaging, potentially saving significant volumes of unnecessary plastic and packaging waste.

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“Our efforts in reducing plastic packaging and encouraging mindful consumption is an investment in our collective future that we are proud to make,” said Fabrice Le Boulenger, general manager of Grandiose. “At Grandiose, our agenda is to promote a relevant and progressive lifestyle to our customers, while positively contributing to the social and economic growth of the community.

“We work closely with local small and medium-sized enterprises who share the same values as us to source special and fresh produce. We truly believe that a business will thrive if it addresses and develops in parallel with the consumption evolution.”

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