Astrol Petrol, Lenana Road, Nairobi
Jinya Foods Ltd is a Japanese Food store. Bento box. Cafe. Wagashi. Dessert. Healthy fresh Japanese cuisine. Coffee. Speciality foodstuff. Korean food. Food Retailers in Kenya
Quickmart is one of the latest retail stores in Kenya. The company managed to merge with Tumaini supermarkets, which led to fast expansion in the Kenyan retail store market.
Chandarana Food Plus is one of the oldest supermarkets in Kenya. The store began its operations in 1959 as a small grocery shop. Since then, it has grown steadily over the years to become one of the biggest supermarkets in Kenya. Now, it has 18 stores across Kenya.
Chandarana offers its shoppers high-quality products for your daily needs. Additionally, they have a delicatessen, a wine cellar, in-house bakeries, electronics, household items, and more.
Third Floor, 197 Lenana Place, Lenana Road, Nairobi
We are an independent chain of supermarkets which is Kenyan owned. We started in the year 1959 with a small grocery shop at the busy corner of Highridge
The Food Market is an artisan food store and cafe that brings to you the best local, artisan and handcrafted food and beverages that Nairobi and Kenya have to offer. Food Retailers in Kenya
P. O. Box 72749
Tubman Road, Nairobi City Telephone Number: 0202223948
Joy Bringers Wholesale and Retail Shop, Nairobi
Garage Area, Maji Mazuri, Mwiki, Off Kasarani – Mwiki Road, Nairobi Telephone Number: 0725359392
Naivas Supermarket – Westlands, Westlands
Naivas has taken over as one of the biggest supermarkets in Kenya. The retail store has over 64 branches across the country. The collapse of Uchumi and Nakumatt opened a doorway for the once small supermarket.
Carrefour Kenya is now one of the major supermarkets in Kenya, following its market entrance in 2016. The store offers a variety of fresh produce in addition to the ordinary shopping that customers require at a go.
Healthy U Sarit Centre, Westlands
Sarit Center Roundabout, Nairobi
Healthy U is East Africa’s leading health store, promoting a healthy lifestyle that started out as a small family business in 1984 and has today grown to 23.
Cleanshelf started as a mini-mart many years ago. The franchise has made strategic strides over the years to become one of the largest supermarkets in Kenya. The retail store attracts many low-end by providing affordable basic goods. This has seen the expansion rapidly in a few major cities outside the capital.
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