Village Super Market’s newest ShopRite store in Union, N.J., is set to open May 4, Wakefern Food Corp. said Tuesday.
The new unit, on Route 22 West, is a replacement store for the company’s Morris Avenue store, also in Union.
The new store will be 60,000 square feet and will feature a "ShopRite Kitchen" food court with indoor seating, with specialty offerings like Scrunchi San sushi, Blueprint Subs & Salads and Mr. Perry’s Smokehouse, along with hot and cold food bars and a Lavazza coffee station. Several of these departments debuted at Village’s Morristown, N.J., store that opened late last year.
The store will also include a wellness center with a staff dietitian, a catering center, and the ShopRite from Home Internet shopping service.
“We are very excited to open the doors of this bigger, better and fresher location on Route 22 and look forward to continuing our long standing relationship with our Union neighbors,” said William Sumas, vice chairman of Village Super Market. “The new ShopRite of Union combines the traditional low prices and value that we’ve always been known for with unique product and service offerings to create the ultimate shopping experience for our loyal customers.”
Village Super Market, based in Springfield, N.J., operates 29 stores under the ShopRite banner.
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