Martins supermarkets in Mexico and Argentina are the latest to offer online ordering and delivery services.
The new technology is a way for consumers to pay online, which is a popular method for getting around Mexican and Argentine tax regulations, according to Martins.
The service is available at more than 30 stores across Mexico and Argentine, as well as at some of the nation’s most popular stores in Los Angeles and the US state of California.
Martins, one of the largest food retailers in the world, said it has partnered with online ordering services for the past year to expand its reach in Mexico, Argentina and Canada.
The company said in a statement that customers in Mexico can now order tomatoes online and pick them up within minutes.
For those in Argentina, ordering and picking up can be done by using a mobile app called Mi Rancho, or Mi Restaurant, according the Martins website.
“We’re excited to partner with online grocery delivery in Mexico because it allows us to deliver our products more quickly to our customers,” Martins said in the statement.
“It also allows us more flexibility with our online store, which means more people can shop and pick up at the same time.”
The new service also helps Martins diversify its business model.
In addition to offering online ordering, the company said it will be launching a digital grocery store in Mexico starting later this year.
The Martins digital grocery will be accessible to anyone with a smartphone, and Martins has partnered up with grocery delivery service DoorDash to offer free delivery.
DoorDash said the service is in its early stages, but hopes to eventually deliver to more customers, including small businesses.
Martens customers can order groceries online, pick them and pick their own delivery options at Mi Ranchos stores.
The digital store will be available for $8.99 a month, and deliveries will be free of charge, according Martins and DoorDash.
Marts new digital grocery service will also include a range of other products, including more than 1,000 organic, certified gluten-free and vegan products.
Martans online grocery service also includes a grocery delivery app for shoppers who want to deliver to their homes.
Martinos customers can also make their own orders online at the store.
Martín said that it is partnering with a local bakery to make deliveries for the digital store.
The bakery will be responsible for the delivery of the orders, according.
Martin has also partnered with a number of restaurants to deliver orders and food to customers.
The Mexican food chain’s first grocery delivery will take place on April 25, 2018 at a Martins store in Tijuana, Mexico.
The store will offer delivery for $5 a person.
In Canada, Martins is working on a similar online grocery offering.
Martinas digital grocery is available in 10 Canadian markets and the company plans to launch a mobile grocery delivery program in the coming months.
For more information, visit martins.com.
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