A Rehman & Sons launches new website

February 17, 2012 by · Leave a Comment
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London, UK, February 17, 2012 — A.Rehman & Sons are top quality suppliers of halal meat, poultry, fish, seasonal game, vegetables, international spices and groceries to the local community and businesses in Sheffield, UK.


A.Rehman & Sons is happy to announce that it has recently launched a new website. Customers can easily place inquiries and orders directly from the website using the inquiry form on the website: www.arehmanandsons.co.uk

A.Rehman & Sons has been operating for over 25 years under the ownership of Mr A Rehman and the business is currently being operated by his sons Basharat and Zaire, stocking all top brands in the store. Top quality halal meat meat and chicken is sourced from reputed names like K&K, Premium Poultry, Najib & Sons and Iqbal Poultry.

A.Rehman & Sons has over 1000 satisfied customers, including business customers in and around Sheffield, UK. Some of our customers are: Potofino Restaurant, Kebabish Original, Chinos, Curry Tonight, Everest Restaurant, Clay Oven. We look forward to serving all customers in and around Sheffield, UK.

For more details, please visit the new website: www.arehmanandsons.co.uk

PR Contact:
Ryan Weber
London EC2M 7QH


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