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Lulu Group vows adequate supplies of hygiene essentials, face masks in 75 supermarkets

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Mar. 30, 20 | 9:02 am

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The Lulu Group, a chain of supermarkets in the UAE, has assured the public that there will be enough supplies of hygiene essentials in its 75 supermarkets across UAE amid the spread current coronavirus disease or COVID-19 pandemic.

Currently, it is sourcing an average of 1.6 million face masks for all its branches.

Mohammed Ali Rashed Lootah, CEO of the Commercial Compliance and Consumer Protection (CCCP) sector in Dubai Economy, praised the immediate response of Lulu group to ensure ample supply of hygiene essentials.

“We express our sincere appreciation for the Lulu Group for their keenness to support the precautionary measures being adopted by the UAE authorities against the COVID-19 pandemic. The prompt action by Lulu Group to provide adequate supplies of hygiene essentials will enhance confidence among the public and help them comply with the prevention guidelines against the pandemic.”

The Dubai Economy also assured residents that there is no need to resort into panic buying because the supplies will be adequate while the country is imposing strict measures to contain the spread of the virus.

The Dubai Economy also lauded businesses in Dubai for its efforts in making sure that there will be no shortage of supplies.

“Retailers in Dubai, especially those supplying basic needs of people, have risen to the occasion and ensured that residents do not face any shortage during this critical time. Dubai Economy calls on all commercial outlets to continue to co-operate with the authorities and reaffirm their commitment to consumer rights as well as public health and safety, which has played a major role in establishing Dubai as a competitive business hub and a preferred place to live,” Lootah added.

The Chief Communications Officer of Lulu Group V. Nandakumar said that since the pandemic, the company have already made sure that are enough stocks of essential supplies to make the items available for the public.

“We have been flying in these essentials so that we have uninterrupted availability and sustained supply of such goods throughout all our stores. We are sourcing these hygiene products from the top manufacturers who fully comply with international best practices and health standards,” he said.

Nandakumar also said that hygiene essentials are being sold in its most affordable prices across Lulu outlets.

A box of 18 masks costs Dhs29 while the price of a set of 100 gloves starts at Dhs26.

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