Los Altos Ranch Market is a Mexican grocery store chain in Phoenix, Arizona. With its seven stores across the United States, Los Altos Ranch Market focuses on delivering unique tastes and shopping experiences by providing a one-stop service for groceries, meat, bakery goods, fresh fruit, tortillas, chips, creams, and cheeses.
Formerly known as Pro’s Ranch Market, Los Altos Ranch Market opened its first store in Southern California in 1982, and it established its first store in Phoenix in 2002. The store experienced growth which caused it to expand Southwest, opening locations in Texas and New Mexico in addition to other Arizona locations. Cardenas Market and Northgate Gonzalez merged to form CNG Ranch LLC in 2014. It wasn't until 5 Oct 2017 that Cardenas Markets purchased Los Altos Ranch.
Los Altos Ranch Market offers a wide range of amazing specials each week. The weekly ads showcase the latest deals on your favorite items. However, promotions are time-bound, so you must note the expiration dates ahead of your shopping. Every week, Los Altos Ranch Market posts store-specific coupons, promotions, and limited-time discounts.
Through its specialty divisions, Los Altos Ranch Market can meet the needs of the communities it serves. Customers can choose from various departments in each Los Altos Ranch Market location, all of which are designed to provide them with almost anything they would need. Los Altos Ranch Market continues to stay connected to the Latino population, its traditions, and the needs of the greater Southwestern region.
Linking its growth to the Latino population, Los Altos Ranch Market continues to participate in the community by providing essential services to serve the cultural diversity of the Southwest. Focusing on enhancing the convenience of its customers, Los Altos Ranch Market offers a top-notch selection of their preferred major Hispanic and conventional brands. A broad assortment of the newest, up-and-coming products that are typically only found at specialized stores is also part of our increasing supermarket collection.