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About Carrefour

Carrefour, one of the largest hypermarket chains in the world was introduced to the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) market in 1995 by Majid Al Futtaim, the leading shopping mall, retail and leisure pioneer across MENA. 

Carrefour has become the most dynamic, fast-moving and exciting hypermarket chain in the region and shared its growth with more than 36,000 employees from more than 70 nationalities in 15 countries, providing shoppers with variety and value-for-money. 

Carrefour ensures customer satisfaction and everyday convenience while offering unbeatable value for money with a vast array of more than 100,000 products, shoppers can purchase items for their every need, whether home electronics or fresh fruits from around the world, to locally produced items. 

Carrefour started its first operation in Jordan in the year 2006, and currently operates over 250 hypermarkets, supermarkets, and online stores in 15 countries across the region, with plans to extend into 38 countries in the Middle East, Central Asia, Africa and Russia.

We always strive to provide the best quality and most diverse selection of household goods available in Jordan. Our value packs and combination discount offers means that we can offer these products at even lower costs, keeping your household essentials at unbeatable prices.

 

Carrefour Jordan drives environmental sustainability of its stores through the following key initiatives:

Reducing ecological footprint through energy efficiency:

Carrefour believes in being an active contributor to local ecological balance and environment conservation. With this objective, All Carrefour facilities are also put through regular checks to avoid excessive electricity usage. The company aims to further reduce its electricity usage in the next few years through the installation of energy efficient systems across facilities. In this regard, Carrefour has already switched all store lights to LED lighting to boost electricity savings and make store operations more environmentally sustainable.

Replacing plastic bags with eco-bags to reduce waste:

Carrefour introduced the usage of eco-bags in its stores with the aim of significantly reducing its use of plastic bags. These eco-bags are available in different sizes and can be availed at cash counters across all stores.