KEASBEY, N.J. — The two former SuperFresh stores in Maryland purchased by Village Super Market reopened under the ShopRite banner Thursday, Wakefern Food Corp.  here said.
The stores, located in Timonium and White Oak, will hold ribbon-cutting ceremonies on Sunday. Village Super Market, a Springfield, N.J.-based member of the Wakefern co-op, acquired the stores in a bankruptcy auction in May and mark Village’s first locations in Maryland. Village operates 26 ShopRite locations in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
ShopRite entered Maryland in 2009 when Forest Hill, Md.-based Klein’s Family Markets joined the cooperative and switched to the ShopRite banner at its seven stores in the Baltimore area. Since then, Collins Family Markets, a Wakefern member based in Philadelphia, has also opened in the state.