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Three new regional grocers join Instacart Storefront

Instacart Storefront
Instacart works with more than 1,500 national, regional and local retail banners to facilitate e-commerce.

Three new regional grocers have joined the Instacart Storefront platform to run their e-commerce operations.

Louisiana-based Canseco’s Market, Arkansas-based Harps Foods, and Kansas City-based Price Chopper have all joined the platform, which currently powers owned-and-operated e-commerce storefronts for 600-plus retail banners. 

Instacart Storefront features built-in catalog services for “rich browsing experiences,” automated marketing campaigns to boost customer conversion, and rapid deployment of the latest consumer-centric features and sales tactics for driving growth. Businesses can get up and running in as fast as three weeks on the platform.

"Instacart is the only end-to-end omnichannel technology provider focused specifically on grocery, and Instacart Storefront makes it easy for grocers to build e-commerce storefronts for web and mobile that reflect their unique catalog and brand," said Alice Luong, director of market strategy & planning, e-commerce at Instacart. "With fulfillment baked in, Instacart Storefront is the fastest way for grocers to get their e-commerce up and running while providing customers with a top-notch experience. We're proud to partner with grocers of all sizes to help them serve their communities and accelerate digital growth."

Other Instacart Storefront features include same-day priority delivery in as fast as 30-minutes, no-rush and schedule-ahead delivery, and pickup. Instacart Storefront also includes access to an app for store associates that helps them pick and pack orders, or retailers can tap into the Instacart Shopper network to fulfill e-commerce orders without increasing the burden on staff.

Retailers can upgrade to the Pro tier to access premium features such as fully customizable merchandising, robust self-serve marketing tools to run lifestyle campaigns, the ability to add a retail media network using Carrot Ads, a dedicated Instacart support team, and support for third-party integrations such as coupons, loyalty and point-of-sale technologies.

“We’ve come a long way in our digital journey since launching our app and website powered by Instacart Storefront in 2024,” said Alexis Canseco, manager of operations at New Orleans-based Canseco’s Market. “As a locally owned and operated grocer, it’s impactful for Canseco’s to provide our customers with the ability to shop online, so they can access fresh groceries and discover new products for same-day delivery throughout New Orleans.”

Instacart works with more than 1,500 national, regional and local retail banners to facilitate online shopping, delivery and pickup services from more than 85,000 stores across North America on the Instacart Marketplace.

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