San Diego, CA April 6, 2009 -- MexGrocer.com, the nation's leading online grocery store for authentic Mexican food products and ingredients. Contact: Ignacio Hernandez at firstname.lastname@example.org, 858-270-0577 Mon-Fri 9am-6pm PT.
MexGrocer.com is Ready for the Fun of Mexico's Cinco de Mayo
The ever popular Mexican holiday Cinco de Mayo, the Fifth of May, is just around the corner and excitement is already growing in anticipation of the big and fun day.
Furthermore, the time is now to get ready for the festivities, and MexGrocer.com just the place to order your culturally correct a la Mexicana food, cooking needs and ingredients, beverages, and fiesta favorites.
With a fresh new website look, MexGrocer will help you celebrate Cinco de Mayo, a Mexican holiday that commemorates the victory of Mexican troops over French forces in the May 5, 1862 Battle of Puebla, that ultimately led to the expulsion of the interventionists of Napoleon III in 1867.
Today, San Diego, California based MexGrocer.com has a wide variety of Mexican food, spices, cooking utensils, cookbooks and many other popular products ready for immediate shipment, and we look forward to celebrating not only Cinco de Mayo with you, but every day of the year.MexGrocer.com has been serving Mexican food lovers, cooks at home and small restaurant chefs for the past nine years, customers who live throughout the continental United States as well as in Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. Members of the U.S. armed forces are connoisseurs of fine Mexican food, and orders are sent daily to bases at home and Military Post Offices abroad. As well, the number of customers in Canada is growing.
So, wherever you live please visit us often at http://www.MexGrocer.com, and to everyone – ¡Feliz Cinco de Mayo!
MexGrocer.com Opens New Distribution Center in San Diego, California
Online grocery store focused on authentic Mexican food and cooking products will now do its own warehousing and order fulfillment.
San Diego, CA January 23, 2007 -- MexGrocer.com, the nation's leading online grocery store for authentic Mexican food products and ingredients, announces the move of its distribution center to San Diego, California.
"Our distribution Center, for products that include hard-to-find, non-perishable and authentic Mexican food, household products, cooking tips, Mexican recipes and Mexican cookbooks, is now located in San Diego," said MexGrocer.com president Ignacio Hernandez. "This is just one of several important changes we will be implementing in 2007 to provide our consumers with a much better service level and product offering."
The new address for MexGrocer.com LLC is:
4901 Morena Blvd., Suite 1106
San Diego, California 92117
MexGrocer.com, which was founded by Ignacio Hernandez and Nacho Hernandez Jr. in 2000, offers more than 1,200 specialty Mexican food products from leading imported and national brands, is today selling and shipping to over 12,000 cities throughout the 50 states in the US.
MexGrocer.com streamlines the shopping process by eliminating the difficulty of having to drive to multiple stores in search of authentic Mexican food products not commonly in stock at conventional grocers. It also provides an expert solution to all chefs looking for authentic Mexican food recipes, as well as Mexican cookbooks in both English and Spanish. This exceptional concept is available at one user-friendly location, offering secure shopping and complemented by rapid and reliable delivery services.
MexGrocer.com Products Now Available on Amazon.com
As Part of the Launch of the Gourmet Food Store on Amazon.com, MexGrocer.com Will Be Providing Its Wide Selection of Mexican food to Customers Nationwide.
MexGrocer Press Release San Diego, CA, Date November 6, 2003 – MexGrocer.com, the leader in selling authentic Mexican food online, today announced that its products can be found at Amazon.com’s new Gourmet Food store. Amazon.com is an online retailer with 37 million active customer accounts, where customers can find and discover anything they may want to buy online.
Amazon.com’s Gourmet Food store provides customers with the deepest selection across a wide range of foods so that they can discover and try new things as well as find old favorites. By working with Amazon.com, MexGrocer.com streamlines the shopping process by eliminating the difficulty of having to find Mexican food products in multiple online stores and not commonly in stock at conventional grocers (e.g. hot sauces, salsa, chipotle peppers, tamale mix and corn husks).
“This alliance will help us reach a much bigger marketplace for consumers who have an appetite for specialty ethnic foods,” says Ignacio Hernandez, President of MexGrocer.com. “Today we have serviced more than 4,600 cities in all 50 states in the U.S. including Hawaii and Alaska.”
According to Datamonitor, the total Mexican food market was valued at $18.3 billion in 2002. MexGrocer.com believes it will capture a portion of these sales through its e-commerce solution and alliances by filling this niche. They look forward to serving Hispanics, primarily Mexican Americans, as well as other consumers who are cooking enthusiasts and love to try new Mexican food recipes.
Online Mexican Grocery Service Proves That Salsa Is Much More Popular Than Ketchup
San Diego, CA, September 16, 2003 (PR Web)--September 16 is Mexican Independence Day and Ignacio Hernandez and Son, founders of MexGrocer.com have a lot to celebrate. Three years ago, the largest online authentic Mexican food store was launched on Mexican Independence Day and today ranks as the leading online Mexican grocery store in the U.S. “We are the experts in Mexican food cooking and Mexican recipes,” Hernandez says, President of MexGrocer.com adding “Today we have serviced over 4,500 cities in all 50 states in the U.S. including Hawaii and Alaska.” The success of this San Diego, California-based company lies in Hernandez’s 30 years experience in the Mexican food industry and in family tradition going back four generations. Popular brands such as Herdez, Dona Maria, La Victoria, and Embasa were either founded or managed by this successful family.
If frequent trips to Mexico do not fit into your busy schedule, MexGrocer.com is the next best thing. The Hernandez family will take you inside the kitchens and more importantly the pantries of the best and finest in Mexican food cuisine. This valuable resource gives you access to unique but essential cooking products while providing you with experienced culinary instruction without having to navigate through smoky kitchens, taco stands, or travel off the beaten path.
Pinpointing tasty salsas or choosing from the remaining 800 plus items MexGrocer.com offers is an easy and cost-efficient process. Through a partnership with Royal Crown Foods, one of the largest Mexican food distributors in the U.S., items are available and ready for delivery anywhere in the United States. Typically, specialty markets stock 200 items at best. And while you’re at it, MexGrocer.com is a bilingual site so if you would like to brush up on your Spanish or practice your English, there are many pictures to assist you. Remember that Christopher Columbus not only discovered America but showed off the chile pepper to his friends.
MexGrocer.com brings authentic Mexican food to your home.
MexGrocer.com is the leading online Mexican grocery store in the U.S. headquartered in San Diego, CA. Founders are Ignacio Hernandez & Ignacio Hernandez, Jr. with over 22,000 customers nationwide. MexGrocer.com is celebrating their three year anniversary today, September 16, 2003.
MexGrocer.com achieves selling hard-to-find Mexican food in more than 4,000 cities nationwide.
-- MEXGROCER.COM CAPITALIZES ON THE $18 BILLION MEXICAN FOOD MARKET AND THE GROWTH IN ONLINE GROCERY SHOPPING --
SAN DIEGO, CA – October 25th, 2002 - After two years in business with continuous growth, MexGrocer.com has won a niche in the online grocery market with its successful business model and authenticity.
MexGrocer.com is focused on selling non-perishable specialty Mexican food products, kitchen utensils, household items, and cookbooks. The company has also built an expanding community by giving its customers free cooking tips, culture articles and the best selection of Mexican recipes on the Internet. They offer the largest assortment of Mexican products at competitive prices due to its alliance with Royal Crown Foods, one of the top Mexican food distributors in the U.S., which allows quick order fulfillment while UPS ensures expedient, reliable delivery of all orders nationwide.
“Today we have serviced over 4,000 cities in all 50 states in the US and Canada,” says Ignacio Hernandez, President of MexGrocer.com. “Our bilingual store is dedicated to enhance our customers shopping experience, allowing them to save time and money by offering all of its favorite Mexican products in one convenient location. We offer over 1,000 different items, where local grocers may only have shelf space for 50 to 100.”
MexGrocer.com streamlines the shopping process by eliminating the difficulty of having to drive to multiple stores in search of authentic Mexican products not commonly in stock at conventional grocers (e.g. molcajete stone bowl, chipotle peppers, tamale mix and corn husks). It also provides an expert solution to cooking enthusiasts looking to make something new with these ingredients.
According to Datamonitor, the total Mexican food market will be valued at $18.3 billion in 2002. MexGrocer.com, the leading online Mexican grocer, believes it will capture a portion of these sales through its e-commerce solution by filling this niche. The company is targeting middle to upper income Hispanics, primarily Mexican Americans, as well as Anglo consumers who have an appetite for specialty ethnic foods.
Ignacio Hernandez, Founder and President of MexGrocer.com, brings over 30 years experience in the Mexican food industry and the Hispanic Market to this venture. As a senior executive and member of the founding family of HERDEZ, the leading food processor in Mexico with brands such as Herdez, Doña Maria, Bufalo and McCormick, he founded and managed the USA division. Mr. Hernandez then established two important Mexican food businesses in North America. These include popular brands such as Del Fuerte and La Gloria in Mexico, La Victoria and Embasa in the U.S.