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Changing Lifestyles
Updated on 02 January 2020

Kibsons started off as a Fruit and Vegetable Wholesaler in 1982, nearly 4 decades ago. 3 years ago their management decided to share the company’s core value proposition and privilege of "premium quality, freshness and affordable prices" directly with thousands of households in the UAE. Kibsons now aims to influence a change in eating habits and make a healthy, sustainable lifestyle a convenient, practical and affordable reality for families in the UAE.

Kibsons offers a wide range of fruit, vegetables, meat, dairy, pantry, drinks, organic, vegan and “healthier” options. They also offer a convenient same day delivery service to go along with their quality guarantee and substantial value savings.

Kibsons works strictly with reputable and responsible farms and suppliers worldwide that they trust to meet the expectations of their many customers. Strict controls and audits are always undertaken to ensure their suppliers meet recognized international food safety and quality standards. Trust is very important to Kibsons and they therefore only work with local and imported organic farms and products which hold EU or USDA organic certifications. The “Kibsons Cares” philosophy and their unique approach to health, safety and sustainability is what makes them so different and their customers so loyal and satisfied. Kibsons carefully select the most natural, clean-label products to suit the needs of modern UAE consumers who value healthy eating, family wellbeing and the future of our natural environment. The entire meat range at Kibsons is completely free on artificial additives and MSG. Kibsons have many more product launches planned in the near future as they look to expand into new baby-care, pet-care and home-care categories. Kibsons also listen very carefully to customer feedback and share a mutual passion for the ever growing movement towards a cleaner planet. As a result, a wide (and ever growing) range of their products are now offered in sustainable packaging and/or no packaging at all.

Win With Kibsons!

Kibsons are currently running a competition on their website from 1 January to 30 April supporting South African peaches, plums and nectarines. The lucky winner will win a dream South African holiday for two people which includes flights, 3 nights accommodation, spending money and excursions to attractions like Table Mountain, Cape Point, the Cape Winelands and game viewing in the beautiful Cape. For your chance to win, entrants must order Taste South Africa plums, peaches and nectarines from Kibsons.com between now and 30 April 2020. You can enter each time you buy Taste South Africa Fruit to give yourself more chances to win! Login to your Kibsons account and fill in the online entry form.

Address: Shop 59, Wholesale Building 2, Central Fruit and Vegetable Market, Aweer, Dubai

Telephone No: 800 KIBSONS (800 5427667)

Website: www.kibsons.com

Email: customercare@kibsons.com

Instagram: @kibsons

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