Cardenas Markets is launching its updated and redesigned website to provide users with access to all its services and products. The revamped site, www.cardenasmarkets.com, features contemporary design, improved navigation, and an easy-to-use interface in English and Spanish.
“Our primary goal during the redesign process was to create an engaging, user-friendly, bilingual, and responsive experience across all devices for anyone who visits our site,” said Adam Salgado, Chief Marketing Officer for Cardenas Markets.
“In addition to discovering our great savings and promotions, customers will also find delicious recipes, cooking tips, career opportunities, and online shopping solutions, among many of the site’s key features,” Salgado added.
Cardenas Markets’ Complete Redesigned Website Includes:
- Improved navigation – User-friendly interface and up-to-date content allows users to seamlessly learn more about the Hispanic grocery chain and explore its fresh and authentic departments and offerings in the language they prefer, either English or Spanish.
- Quick access to savings and promotions.
- Shop-online functionality that directs users to its many online shopping solutions (eCommerce).
- Career page where potential candidates can learn all about the company’s job opportunities and the perks of becoming a Team Member.
The new site also provides a simplified method to join the company’s exclusive email list to receive company communications such as Cardenas Market’s weekly circulars, coupons, exclusive offers, sweepstakes opportunities, community event information, and more, according to the company.
Recently, the grocery chain launched a new program to offer personalized, cash-back incentives to customers with the support of retail technology company GetUpside.
GetUpside platform connects customers with local businesses through their free mobile app and encourages them to transact using personalized cash-back offers.
Cardenas Markets is headquartered in Ontario, CA, and operates 51 stores under the Cardenas Markets banner and eight stores under the Cardenas Ranch Markets banner. The company is one of the largest Hispanic grocery chains in the country, with stores in California, Nevada, and Arizona.