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Sendik's Introduces Online Shopping in Seven Locations

Sendik's Introduces Online Shopping in Seven Locations

WHITEFISH BAY, WI - A facet of the retail sector continues to grow: the cyber store.

Sendik’s has joined the wave, launching Sendik’s Express, an online grocery shopping experience, in several locations in the Milwaukee area yesterday.

Mark Birmingham, Executive Director of New Business Development, Sendik's. Source: Michael Sears, The Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel“With the increasing popularity of online grocery shopping, the Milwaukee-area seemed ripe for a local option,” Mark Birmingham, Sendik’s Executive Director of New Business Development, said in a press release. “Sendik’s Express offers the same high-quality products that are available in our stores, along with the trusted, personalized service our customers have come to expect.”


Now up and running, this new offering is available at the following seven locations:

  • 5200 W. Rawson Ave.,
  • N112 W15800 Mequon Rd.,
  • 2195 1st Ave., Grafton
  • 10930 N. Port Washington Rd., Mequon
  • 3600 S. Moorland Rd., New Berlin
  • 8616 W. North Ave.,
  • 500 E. Silver Spring Drive, Whitefish Bay

With a selections of more than 40,000 items, Sendik’s consumers can choose from nearly the entire inventory of the store from the comfort of their own homes.

“With families more and more crunched for time, Sendik’s Express helps make our customers’ lives a bit easier,” Chris Houser, Director of E-commerce, stated in the release. “With the ability to shop anytime, from anywhere, they can get back to spending more time with family and friends.”


Features of the new site include:

  • An organized listing of products.
  • Multiple images for each product.
  • Nutritional facts.
  • The ability to shop from the retailer’s popular weekly specials.

Pick-up is available from 10 a.m.–7 p.m. on weekdays and 10 a.m.–5 p.m. on weekends. Orders must be placed four hours in advance, and specific pick-up times can be selected when the customer places their online order.


According to the company, there is a flat rate fee for online orders of $5.95 with no minimum order purchase.

When the customer arrives, they can call or text the store and an employee will load the groceries into the car at a designated parking spot.

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