7 Foods You Can Get For Really Really Cheap During Ramadan In Dubai
Perhaps the best time to make your supermarket trips.
A few months ago the Ministry of Economy announced a reduction (as massive as 50-70%) in food prices during Ramadan, which most likely starts on 6 June this year. The idea being to drop prices on items consumed in large quantities. If you’re fasting (or not) here are some of the things you could be filling up your shopping carts with this summer.
An Iftar without biryani? Not happening!
Perfect when you need to sweeten anything and everything.
3. Milk powder
It works for tea, coffee and even desserts.
4. Cooking oil
Sometimes the best food is fried food!
Your daily dose of vitamins, minerals and fiber.
The all-important ingredient for mains, salads and even soups.
Just what you need to begin (and even get through) your day!