Ontario, California-based Cardenas Markets, one of the largest Hispanic grocery chains in the country, has announced that the company’s online storefront will accept Electronic Benefits Transfer and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program payments via Instacart.
Cardenas Markets is the first Hispanic retailer to accept EBT SNAP Payment via Instacart.
“We are proud to be the first Hispanic retailer to accept EBT SNAP as a form of online payment via Instacart,” said Adam Salgado, chief marketing officer at Cardenas Markets. “We are consistently looking for ways to make the Cardenas Markets shopping experience even more convenient and accessible for all of our customers,” he further noted.
“At Instacart, providing people greater access to food is at the core of our mission, and we’re proud to deepen our partnership with Cardenas Markets to provide more families a convenient, accessible way to get their fresh food and pantry staples,” said Sarah Mastrorocco, VP of access to food and nutrition at Instacart.
For more information about EBT SNAP on Instacart, visit instacart.com/ebt-snap.
Cardenas Markets is headquartered in Ontario, California, and now operates a total of 52 stores under the Cardenas banner and seven stores under the Cardenas Ranch Markets banner. Today, Cardenas Markets is one of the largest Hispanic grocery chains in the country with stores in California, Nevada and Arizona.
For more information, visit cardenasmarkets.com.
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