Hunar Nuri and Arjan Sadek, the proud owners of Ikhlas Halal Meats, based in the Oastler Market, are delighted to announce that their loyal customers will now be able to order their meat online through Ikhlas’ newly launched e-commerce website - and have their order delivered free to the front door to customers living within a 15mile radius of Bradford city centre.

Having such a strong online presence will make Ikhlas Halal Meats one of the few halal butchers in Bradford offering such a service.

To help launch their new e-commerce website, Hunar and Arjan contacted the T&As Japinder Aujley for advice and guidance on how best to build a strong online presence. Japinder has been instrumental in helping several local businesses build their ecommerce profile.

Having fresh, halal lamb, mutton, beef or chicken delivered to your door is just a part of what’s available to order online from Ikhlas Halal Meats. Also available are a comprehensive range of spices and herbs which they stock in their mini market. Customers can order just about all the ingredients for whatever dish they are planning on cooking.

Mr Nuri, who has 35 years’ experience as a butcher, and has been based in the Oastler Market for eight years, is looking forward to being able to service customers old and new with the new website, said Mr Nuri: “I believe that being able to deliver halal meat straight to the door of our customers is an important service, which will be a huge benefit to the local community.

“Myself and my business partner Arjan are delighted to provide the level of customer service, which our customers enjoy when the visit us in the market, through our website.”

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Like Mr Nuri, Arjan Sadek too has 35 years’ experience as a butcher, and the pair have been business partners for 30 years.

With all the meat sourced in Yorkshire, Mr Sadek said: “We are proud to be able to say that all home deliveries will be made within 24hours of your order being placed, and that all our meat is sourced locally.”

Like many businesses in Bradford’s markets, once the Covid-19 lockdown was announced customer footfall dropped off dramatically and Hunar and Arjan knew they needed to act quickly, and realised they needed to expand the business’s online presence to enable their customer base to continue ordering all their favourite cuts of halal meat, while remaining safe.

Said Arjan: “Customers can be confident and take comfort in the knowledge that we are fully implementing all the necessary Covid-19 safety protocols. Customer safety is our priority.”

To find out more, go to: ikhlashalalmeat

Telephone: 07752 339236


If you are a local business interested in finding out more about the Telegraph and Argus’ ecommerce service, please contact Japinder Aujley.

Telephone: 07786 681026