Talabat goes local with its latest collection “+974”

Talabat goes local with its latest collection “+974”

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

Talabat, the leading delivery app in the region, introduces the ‘+974’ collection. The Made in Qatar collection highlights national products and services that are available on the platform as part of its commitment to supporting local businesses and communities.

The “Made in Qatar” line offers a lot of advantages, especially in the current situation. Supporting local businesses means sustaining local employment and prioritizing local suppliers.

Some of the brands included in the new collection involve several businesses such as: Mazzraty, Baladna, Raw Middle East, Qatarat, NAFCO Doha Dates, Ahliya Water, and more.

With a strong investment in health and safety as well as marketing and communications, the main purpose of the Talabat program is to support and promote Qatari products increasing self-sufficiency and economic diversification in a responsible and sustainable way.

Francisco de Sousa, Managing Director of Talabat Qatar, said, “Talabat Qatar has always been looking at Made in Qatar brands in a special way. During recent years, the Talabat platform has contributed tremendously to the growth of many local businesses within Qatar and beyond.”

The “+974” collection is one of the many other ways Talabat is showing its commitment to Qatar and its people.

Francisco de Sousa added, “At Talabat, we pride ourselves in playing our part in growing Qatar’s business community and helping Qatari businesses achieve even more success. Apart from integrating our delivery solutions with local F&B businesses, we have also set up agreements with local entities, such as Bedaya, to support Qatari entrepreneurs and empower them to launch their business ideas - ranging across all industries and not just F&B - as we owe it to the local community."

To find out which Made in Qatar brands are available on Talabat, check out the “+974” collection on the app.

You can download the Talabat app via AppStore or Google Play.

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