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Eid: Pre-Order Sacrificial Animals on Grocery Apps for Qurbani Service in UAE

Eid al-Adha approaches, residents of the UAE can now conveniently pre-order sacrificial animals for Qurbani service through various grocery apps.

This service is designed to simplify the process of fulfilling the Qurbani ritual, ensuring that it is carried out efficiently and in accordance with Islamic traditions.

Several major grocery apps and online platforms in the UAE have integrated Qurbani services into their offerings. Users can log into their preferred grocery app and navigate to the section dedicated to Eid al-Adha Qurbani services, where they can browse through various options for sacrificial animals, which typically include sheep, goats, and cows.

Each animal listing provides detailed information about the breed, weight, and price. Once the selection is made, users can place their order by providing necessary details such as delivery date and location, with payment made online through secure payment gateways. The app’s service providers ensure that the selected animal is handled according to Islamic guidelines, with delivery to the specified location or arrangements made for the meat to be distributed to those in need, based on the user’s preference.

Several well-known grocery and e-commerce platforms in the UAE are offering this convenient service during Eid. Carrefour’s online platform allows users to select and pre-order sacrificial animals for Qurbani, ensuring that the process is performed according to Islamic rituals.

Lulu Hypermarket offers a similar service through its app, providing a variety of options for Qurbani animals, with the choice to have the meat delivered to homes or donated to the needy. Al Adil Supermarket, known for its extensive range of products, has also introduced Qurbani services on its platform, allowing customers to fulfill their religious duties with ease. Major e-commerce platforms such as Noon and Amazon have partnered with local butchers and farms to offer Qurbani services, ensuring high standards of hygiene and compliance with religious requirements.

Using grocery apps for Qurbani in Eid offers several benefits. Pre-ordering sacrificial animals through apps eliminates the need for physical visits to farms or markets, saving time and effort. Given the ongoing concerns about public health, using grocery apps ensures that the entire process is handled with the highest standards of hygiene this Eid.

These platforms ensure that the Qurbani process in Eid adheres strictly to Islamic traditions, providing peace of mind to users. Many apps also offer options to donate a portion or all of the meat to charitable organizations, ensuring that the act of Qurbani benefits those in need.

As Eid al-Adha approaches, the availability of Qurbani services on major grocery apps offers a seamless experience for users. By simply logging into apps like Carrefour, Lulu Hypermarket, Al Adil Supermarket, Noon, and Amazon, users can browse through a curated selection of sacrificial animals. These platforms provide detailed information on each animal, including its breed, weight, and price, allowing customers to make informed decisions from the comfort of their homes.

The ordering process is straightforward: select the animal, specify delivery details, and complete the purchase through secure online payment methods. The chosen animal is then handled according to Islamic guidelines, with options for home delivery or donation to the needy.

Many platforms also include options to donate the meat, supporting charitable causes and ensuring that the act of Qurbani benefits those in need.

These services underscore the growing importance of technology in everyday religious practices. The ability to pre-order sacrificial animals online and have them processed and delivered or donated seamlessly aligns with the busy lifestyles of many UAE residents. As such, this method is expected to become increasingly popular, offering a blend of tradition and modern convenience.

Beyond the immediate benefits of convenience and hygiene, this system also encourages responsible and ethical handling of animals. By partnering with reputable farms and butchers, the grocery apps ensure that the animals are treated with care and respect, in line with Islamic principles. This aspect of the service appeals to the ethical considerations of many users, who are keen to ensure that their Qurbani is performed in a humane and respectful manner.

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