KEASBEY, N.J. — Construction is set to begin next week on a new ShopRite supermarket planned for a summer opening in Lawnside, N.J., Wakefern Food Corp. here said Friday.
The 56,000-square-foot ShopRite of Lawnside will be operated by Somerset Stores, owned by David and Renee Zallie.
Lawnside, in Camden County, in 1926 became the first independent self-governing African American community north of the Mason-Dixon line.
In addition to a broad array of groceries and fresh produce, the service meat, seafood and bakery departments as well as prepared hot foods and a Mediterranean olive bar. The meat department will bring to market its own brand of smoked meats which will be made in the store’s own smokehouse.
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The ShopRite of Lawnside will have a pharmacy, an in-store café with free WiFi, and a catering department. The store will also feature a broad selection of natural and organic products and an on-site registered dietitian. The store will also offer ShopRite form Home service allowing customers to shop using their home computer or mobile device for delivery or store pickup.
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