Online grocery store owner Jameela Jamalon has started selling online items, which she says will help save time, help save money and also save time and money.
Jamalon, who has been in business for about two years, has now launched a new online grocery store.
She sells everything from canned goods to dry goods, as well as groceries like vegetables, pulses and milk.
“The idea is that you can find something in the store that is not sold in the regular stores,” she said.
Jamalon said her customers are mainly women who come in search of products they need for cooking, as opposed to shopping for food at the regular grocery stores.
There are also men, who are looking for affordable clothes, she said, and they can also find items like hair dye, cosmetics and accessories.
“We have been selling food, groceries, clothes and household goods online for almost two years now.
I am selling food in the online grocery stores,” Jamalon said.
When it comes to products, Jamalon uses a wide range of ingredients.
Her online store also has the option of offering coupons and special offers.
For example, if you want to save on the price of a shampoo, Jamassi offers you 50% off.
A bottle of shampoo can cost around Rs 50.
Jamalon says she will continue to sell in online stores.
“There are a lot of people that want to shop online, so we will sell products online,” Jamassi said.
“The more people that use the internet, the more convenience, convenience, and the better we can all work out how to make it a lot easier for them,” she added.
The online grocery shopping has also helped her in the last few months, she added, adding, “We have sold out of the shampoo and the shampoo has helped us out in our sales.
If we don’t sell any more products, we will just sell them in the retail stores.”
The online grocer also has a huge online section.
In one of its most recent posts, Jamacon wrote, “The most important thing to remember is to be careful when it comes out of your fridge, that you do not have anything in your fridge that can cause illness.”
In a recent post, she wrote, “If I get sick, the internet will tell me so and I will know to avoid the internet.”