Mi Pueblo Stores Rebranded as Cardenas Markets Following Merger
ONTARIO, CA - Cardenas Markets has announced the completed re-bannering of 15 Mi Pueblo stores to the Cardenas Markets banner. This effort was a result of last year’s merger of the two Hispanic grocery chains. The re-bannering began with a remodel of the Oakland Mi Pueblo in December of 2017 and finished with the East Palo Alto and San Rafael Mi Pueblos, which reopened their doors on March 14th.
“We have great customers and team members throughout Northern California, and we are very happy to bring a new shopping experience to the communities that we are fortunate enough to serve. We are just getting started,” said John Gomez, CEO.
Cardenas remains competitive in the marketplace by providing consumers with a large assortment of high-quality products at a low price point, according to a press release. In addition to traditional grocery retail, Cardenas offers specialty products such as baked goods, ready-to-eat kitchen options, and made-from-scratch tortillas, which have proven highly popular.
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