Maxz The Good Food Shop, the online retail arm of Indoguna Dubai – supplier of gourmet food produce in the Middle East – has been launched today in the UAE. The online store will feature a variety of food products from all over the world coveted by chefs across the region.
It will feature their house brands – Carne Meats, Masterpiece and Ocean Gems – along with a variety of carefully selected ingredients that are not easily available in supermarkets.
Carne Meats are premium sausages, patties and small goods which are handcrafted works of art, meticulously prepared and are flavourful in taste. They are made with 100% meat free of hormones and antibiotics, with no fillers, artificial colourings or additives. Masterpiece is a range of ready-to-use dimsums without MSG, artificial colourings and additives. Ocean Gems are premium seafood ingredients that are packed within a few hours of emerging from the ocean, sealing the natural taste and freshness.
Maxz The Good Food Shop will also feature Durian, known as the king of fruits in South East Asia. It will also have Peruvian ingredients.
“’Maxz The Good Food Shop stands for healthy, quality and affordable products, but more importantly we want to give people the freedom to experiment with mouth-watering ingredients from all over the world. Consumers today are very knowledgeable about the food they eat, and are more adventurous with their food experiments. Through the online store we not only want to introduce new products but also want to create a community that is open to discussing unconventional ingredients, recipes and tips,” says Helene Raudaschl, chairman, Maxz The Good Food Shop.
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