Hispanic grocer Cardenas Markets has expanded its partnership with Uber Technologies Inc. to offer rapid delivery directly to consumers’ door through Uber Eats.
“Our partnership with Uber Eats demonstrates Cardenas Markets robust e-commerce expansion efforts,” said Adam Salgado, chief marketing officer for Cardenas Markets, in a statement. “We are consistently looking for ways to make the Cardenas Markets shopping experience even more convenient and accessible for our customers,” Salgado added.
In addition to ordering authentic Hispanic dishes from its Cocinas kitchen, including freshly baked bolillos and tortillas made daily from scratch, Cardenas Markets customers can also have their everyday grocery staples delivered to their door.
“As we continue to expand our grocery category throughout the U.S., it's essential we provide customers with variety and selection from a diverse range of merchants in their areas," said Oskar Hjertonsson, head of grocery for Uber, in a statement. “We're happy to expand our partnership with Cardenas Markets to bring high-quality Hispanic dishes and everyday grocery essentials on-demand and right to our customer's doorsteps.”
On Feb. 24, the Ontario, Calif.-based retailer became the first national Latin retailer to accept Electronic Benefits Transfer and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (EBT SNAP) payments on the Instacart marketplace.
Cardenas Markets, one of the largest Hispanic grocery chains in the U.S, operates 52 stores under the Cardenas banner and 7 stores under the Cardenas Ranch Markets banner. The stores are located in