By Michael Browne
Source: Supermarket News
Cardenas Markets, the Ontario, Calif.-based chain of more than 50 Hispanic grocery stores, will accept Electronic Benefits Transfer and Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (EBT SNAP) payments via Instacart, the company said on Thursday.
Shoppers must enter their EBT card as the form of payment on their Instacart account and select items from the list of EBT SNAP-eligible products as part of their Cardenas Markets order. Another form of payment is needed for delivery fees, tips and taxes.
Cardenas Markets is the first Hispanic retailer to accept EBT SNAP Payment via Instacart, according to the company.