Above, Kings’ new Bedminister, N.J. store is built around inspiring shoppers.
Judy Spires, chief executive officer of Kings, at the chain’s remodeled store in Bedminster, N.J.
A fresh juice bar and new cut-fruit department highlight a new produce section.
A wood-fired oven from Italy helps Kings prepare fresh thin-crust pizzas on site.
The oven reaches temperatures of 800 degrees and can finish a pizza in 90 seconds.
A prepared foods section takes up about a third of the store and includes specialty food bars and an in-store café.
Appealing to upscale shoppers, the new Kings offers specialty plateware.
A specialty sushi department greets shoppers entering the redesigned store.
A fresh olive bar.
High-end chocolates and specialty cakes inside Kings' new bakery department.
Organic meats and prime cuts in the service meat department.
The card department includes Papyrus brand stationary and cards.
Displays and signs throughout the store and on a redesigned website endeavor to provide shoppers with ideas and inspiration.
New logo outside the Kings in Bedminster, N.J. The company intends to renovate additional stores as well as invest in new stores and acquisitions, as part of a revenue growth plan, officials said.