Tuesday, December 7, 2021


E-commerce has been on a steady growth path in recent years. But the COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the game - rapidly hastening its expansion and pushing more and more retailers into online channels.

Adapting to this trend, pioneer retailer Landmark Supermarket is now ready to offer a fully digital shopping experience with the launch of Landmark.ph.

Starting this December, LANDMARK.PH offers a convenient way for shoppers to buy groceries online without ever leaving the comfort of their homes.

Just like its physical stores, LANDMARK.PH carries an extensive product selection – from ready-to-eat food, fresh and frozen produce, groceries, home care essentials, personal care items and other rare finds and exclusive merchandise – all ready to be added to carts and delivered to people on-demand.


Landmark Supermarket has been a preferred destination for grocery shoppers and an institution in the heart of Makati since 1988. Known for its great brands, hard-to-find products and competitively lower price tags on most items, Landmark has become an industry pioneer – opening more store branches over the years in Trinoma Quezon City, Filinvest Alabang, Nuvali in Sta. Rosa Laguna, and soon, in BGC Taguig.

With LANDMARK.PH, the company is now able to reach a wider market, fulfilling orders anywhere in Metro Manila, and parts of Rizal, Cavite, and Laguna.


More people are shifting to online shopping for the convenience and safety it provides. With landmark.ph, those advantages are coupled with exclusive promotions and store deals, a user-friendly interface that makes it easier for shoppers to find the items they need, plus an efficient delivery service that gets groceries to customers same day or next-day on their preferred schedule. You can make payments through credit card, debit card, or e- wallets. Cash on delivery is also available.

“What makes LANDMARK.PH stand out in terms of fulfillment is the way our system’s capability to dispatch more orders and deliver to more households”, says Landmark CEO Elizabeth Cheng. “We also have about 10,000 SKUs on the site with an assortment of 300 product deals and discounted items from vendors that we offer exclusively”.

This venture into the digital domain will not be the last as the company plans to invest in e-commerce platforms for its department store as well. “We will be bringing the Landmark signature in our own platforms, just like how our customers love shopping in our physical stores,” adds Cheng.


Landmark.ph runs on a seamless online, retail and logistics platform by Barapido, Inc.

As a specialist in end-to-end fulfillment services, Barapido enables businesses to develop an e-commerce operating model with ease and with very little disruption to existing operations --- offering its expertise in website development, digital and offline marketing, supply management, payment integration, delivery, and customer service, among others.

 “We empower brick-and-mortar businesses to stay relevant by tapping into the huge online market through technology,” says Mr. Jun Tagud, Barapido President & CEO. “ And certainly, in the case of Landmark.ph, our goal is not only to help Landmark reach a wider market, but also to serve the public with a safe and convenient way to get their daily essentials, no matter where they are.”

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