Sedano’s Supermarkets Officially Opens in Orlando

Nation’s Number One Hispanic Retailer Welcomes Central Florida Residents to Its Three Locations

Sedano’s Supermarkets, the number one Hispanic retailer in the United States, today opened its doors for business in three Central Florida locations. The stores, ranging in size from 58,000 square feet to 65,000 square feet, will boast Sedano’s products, low-prices and renowned customer service.

The Orlando area store locations are: 1100 N. John Young Parkway, Kissimmee, FL 34741; 12981 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Orlando, FL 32837; and 5660 Curry Ford Road, Orlando, FL 32822.

The new locations, acquired from Alberston’s, mark Sedano’s Supermarkets’ first expansion beyond its South Florida headquarters and bring the total number of stores to 34 in Florida.

“Introducing Sedano’s Supermarkets to the Orlando area has always been a part of our long-term expansion plans for the chain,” said Javier Herrán, director of marketing for Sedano’s Supermarkets. “We’re very excited about bringing our specialized goods to the Orlando market,” he said.

The new stores are undergoing a month-long renovation to bring the Sedano’s experience to the Orlando shoppers and will remain fully operational during the transition, as the remodeling will happen after hours. At end of the transformation, the stores will feature Sedano’s Supermarkets’ celebrated prepared foods section, newly remodeled custom-cut meat department, diverse product selection and popular cafeteria serving espresso and pastelitos.

About Sedano’s Supermarkets

Founded in Hialeah, Florida in 1962 by the Herrán and Guerra families, Sedano’s Supermarkets has grown to become the number one Hispanic retailer in the UnitedStates. Sedano’s Supermarkets caters to Florida’s booming Hispanic community withmore than 3,000 employees and 34 locations in Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach,Orange and Osceola counties. As the largest, independently owned, Hispanicsupermarket chain, Sedano’s Supermarkets is recognized for its excellent customerservice, ethnic product offering and competitive prices.