Ramadan leads to sales uplift of £100 million in British supermarkets

The holy month of Ramadan is known as a month where all tables are entirely set with all meals one can imagine and many Muslims flowing through supermarkets to buy a lot of products to make the most delicious dishes. According to Daily Mail, Britain’s biggest supermarkets like Tesco, Sainsbury and Morrison’s have already reached a sales uplift of £100 million which makes Ramadan the third biggest holiday in Britain with a Muslim community of 3 million people.


Many customers have been buying key products like rice, chapati flour, oil, meat and of course dates. Customers can also find a Ramadan section wishing all muslims “Ramadan Mubarak”. Many of these products are sold for a reduced price, so it’s a win-win situation.


Not to forget that providing many Asian products as well as halal meat during Ramadan can make the food sector in Britain go diverse when trying to comply with their customers’ needs.

Written by Elif Car

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