A new Ramadan market ‘Meerat Ramadan’ is now open at The Cultural Village Foundation (Katara). Open daily from now through Eid, the market is organised with the participation of Qatar based food-supply companies including Al Meera, Baladna Live-stock production, and Widam Food. 

The market has around 35 local shops offering a wide array food items that are in large demand during Ramadan such as dates, sweets, dried fruits, vegetables, bread, milk and an assortment of dairy products as well as meat and other poultry products sold.

In a statement, Dr. Khalid bin Ibrahim al Sulaiti, Katara’s General Manager, said:

It is a one-stop place where visitors are welcome to enjoy a distinctive ambiance that combines the experience of shopping with spirituality.’

The market is open daily from 4 pm-9 pm. 

 

The Peninsula Qatar reports:

Tomatoes and eggplant are sold for QR5 per kg at the Al Alamya Farm’s shop while prices of a variety of nuts at Aljanoub’s stall range from QR10 to QR30 per pack. The market is a one-stop shop with the presence of stalls that provide oud, clothing, accessories, and other gift items to help families complete their shopping at a single venue.’