Refah Chain Stores Co.

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Refah Chain Stores Inc.
Type Private
Industry Retail
Founded 1995
Headquarters Tehran, Iran
Key people Reza Jalali (CEO)
Services Discount
Grocery
Convenience stores
Cash and Carry
Hypermarkets
Revenue Increase Rialsymbol.svg 12 Trillion IRR (2009)[citation needed]
Website www.refah.com

Refah Supermarkets is an Iranian supermarket chain based in Tehran. The establishment has currently 160 branches across the nation.[1] Refah is carrying a wide assortment of goods in the lines of Food & Beverages Fresh Produce, Hygienic & Cosmetics, Home Appliances & Electronics, Clothing & Textiles and Stationaries.

Online sales are provided for those customers who prefer to shop, compare and decide to purchase.

The company slogan of Refah is "Better quality, lower prices."

Refah, along with Shahrvand Supermarkets, and Carrefour-owned Hyperstar Market, create the bulk of Iranian retail industry.[2]

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