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New Jersey

ShopRite of Bayonne

ShopRite of Belleville

ShopRite of Bernardsville

ShopRite of Brookdale

ShopRite of Brooklawn

ShopRite of Burlington

ShopRite of Byram

ShopRite of Chatham

ShopRite of Chester

ShopRite of Chews Landing

ShopRite of Clark

ShopRite of Clinton

ShopRite of Columbia Park

ShopRite of East Orange

ShopRite of Emerson

ShopRite of Evesham Road

ShopRite of Fairlawn

ShopRite of Fischer Bay, Toms River

ShopRite of Flanders

ShopRite of Flemington

ShopRite of Franklin

ShopRite of Garden State Pavilion

ShopRite of Garwood

ShopRite of Glassboro

ShopRite of Greater Morristown

ShopRite of Greenwich

ShopRite of Hackensack

ShopRite of Hainesport

ShopRite of Hillsborough

ShopRite of Hammonton

ShopRite of Hoboken

ShopRite of Jackson

ShopRite of Jersey City

ShopRite of Kearny

ShopRite of Landis

ShopRite of Lawnside

ShopRite of Lincoln Park

ShopRite of Little Falls

ShopRite of Livingston

ShopRite of Lodi

ShopRite of Lyndhurst

ShopRite of Manchester

ShopRite of Mansfield

ShopRite of Marlton

ShopRite of Medford

ShopRite of Millville

ShopRite of Montague

ShopRite of Newark

ShopRite of Newton

ShopRite of Northvale

ShopRite of Nutley

ShopRite of Oakland

ShopRite of Paramus

ShopRite of Parsippany

ShopRite of Passaic

ShopRite of Ramsey

ShopRite of Sewell

ShopRite of Sicklerville

ShopRite of Somers Point

ShopRite of Somerset

ShopRite of Spotswood

ShopRite of Stirling

ShopRite of Succasunna

ShopRite of Union

ShopRite of Vineland

ShopRite of Wallington

ShopRite of Washington

ShopRite of Wayne

ShopRite of West Caldwell

ShopRite of West Deptford

ShopRite of West Orange (Essex Green)

ShopRite of Wharton

New York

ShopRite of Albany

ShopRite of Bay Shore

ShopRite of Deer Park

ShopRite of Dolson Ave, Middletown

ShopRite of Greenway Plaza, Yonkers

ShopRite of Hauppauge

ShopRite of Hylan Blvd.

ShopRite of Kingston

ShopRite of Massapequa

ShopRite of Monroe

ShopRite of New Hyde Park

ShopRite of New Rochelle

ShopRite of Niskayuna

ShopRite of Patchogue

ShopRite of Pearl River

ShopRite of Plainview

ShopRite of Richmond Ave

ShopRite of Selden

ShopRite of Tallman

ShopRite of Tuckahoe Road

ShopRite of Uniondale

ShopRite of Vails Gate

ShopRite of Veterans Rd

ShopRite of Wallkill

ShopRite of Warwick

ShopRite of West Nyack

ShopRite of White Plains

Maryland

ShopRite of Timonium

Delaware

ShopRite of Brandywine

Pennsylvania

ShopRite of Aramingo Avenue

ShopRite of Bethlehem

ShopRite of Brodheadsville

ShopRite of Cheltenham

ShopRite of Fox Street

ShopRite of Hatfield

ShopRite of Warminster

ShopRite of West Chester

ShopRite of Whitman Plaza

ShopRite of Yardley

Connecticut

ShopRite of Bristol

ShopRite of Canton

ShopRite of East Hartford

ShopRite of East Haven

ShopRite of Enfield

ShopRite of Hamden

ShopRite of Manchester

ShopRite of Milford

ShopRite of New London

ShopRite of Orange

ShopRite of Shelton

ShopRite of Stamford

ShopRite of Stratford

ShopRite of West Hartford

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About Us

ShopRite Today … Families Serving Families

 

From a small, struggling cooperative with eight Members – all owners of their own grocery stores – Wakefern Food Corp., the merchandising and distribution arm for ShopRite, has grown into the largest retailer-owned cooperative in the United States and the largest employer in New Jersey. The cooperative is comprised of 50 members who individually own and operate supermarkets under the ShopRite banner. Today, Wakefern and ShopRite together employ more than 50,000 people throughout New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland.

At ShopRite, generations of families have served generations of their customers’ families. Although they have grown from the small “Mom and Pop” stores of the 1940’s, most ShopRite stores are still family owned and operated businesses – many with second, third, or even fourth generations involved.

All ShopRite owners are members of Wakefern Food Corp., which buys, warehouses and transports products while providing other support services to ensure customer satisfaction. “Volume” buying enables ShopRite stores to offer their consumers the lowest overall prices, and the greatest value, in the marketplace.

Headquartered in Keasbey, New Jersey, Wakefern operates over 2.5 million square feet of grocery and non-food warehousing. Its transportation fleet, one of the largest private fleets on the east coast, consists of 400 tractors and 2,000 trailers, and travels more than 35 million miles annually. For more information on Wakefern Food Corp., please visit www.wakefern.com.

ShopRite is dedicated to supporting the communities in its trading areas. ShopRite has been a long time supporter of the Community Food Bank of New Jersey, donating food, services, money and contributing hundreds of volunteer hours each year. An additional focus of community support is the education and training of special needs students to prepare them for meaningful careers in the supermarket industry. This innovative and groundbreaking program – Supermarket Careers – was created by ShopRite in 1989, and is now in place in 42 schools throughout the company’s six state area. The program has received local, state and national awards, including the Secretary of Education’s Award, the highest honor available to vocational programs. ShopRite is also an annual sponsor of the New Jersey and Connecticut Special Olympics Games, providing logistical, volunteer and food support for these annual events that attract more than 1,800 athletes and 20,000 attendees.

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New Jersey

Dearborn Market

ShopRite of Abescon

ShopRite of Bayville

ShopRite of Belleville

ShopRite of Bernardsville

ShopRite of Brick

ShopRite of Brookdale (Bloomfield)

ShopRite of Brooklawn

ShopRite of Byram

ShopRite of Chester

ShopRite of Chews Landing

ShopRite of Clark

ShopRite of Clinton

ShopRite of English Creek

ShopRite of Evesham Rd

ShopRite of Fischer Bay

ShopRite of Flanders

ShopRite of Flemington

ShopRite of Franklin

ShopRite of Freehold

ShopRite of Galloway

ShopRite of Garden State Pavilions

ShopRite of Garwood

ShopRite of Gibbstown

ShopRite of Glassboro

ShopRite of Greater Morristown

ShopRite of Greenwich (Phillipsburg)

ShopRite of Hackensack

ShopRite of Hammonton

ShopRite of Hillsborough

ShopRite of Hoboken

ShopRite of Howell

ShopRite of Jackson

ShopRite of Jersey City

ShopRite of Lacey Township

ShopRite of Landis – Vineland

ShopRite of Laurel Hill

ShopRite of Lawnside

ShopRite of Lincoln Park

ShopRite of Little Falls

ShopRite of Lodi

ShopRite of Lyndhurst

ShopRite of Manahawkin

ShopRite of Manchester NJ

ShopRite of Mansfield

ShopRite of Marlboro

ShopRite of Marlton

ShopRite of Marmora

ShopRite of Medford NJ

ShopRite of Mullica Hill

ShopRite of Netcong

ShopRite of Newark – Springfield Ave. Marketplace

ShopRite of Newton

ShopRite of Nutley

ShopRite of Oakland

ShopRite of Parsippany

ShopRite of Passaic/Clifton

ShopRite of Ramsey

ShopRite of Rio Grande

ShopRite of Rt. 37 (Toms River)

ShopRite of Sicklerville

ShopRite of Somerset

ShopRite of Somers Point

ShopRite of Spotswood

ShopRite of Stirling

ShopRite of Succasunna

ShopRite of Union

ShopRite of Wallington

ShopRite of Waretown

ShopRite of Washington

ShopRite of Watchung

ShopRite of West Berlin

ShopRite of West Caldwell

ShopRite of West Deptford

ShopRite of Williamstown

ShopRite of Woodbridge

 

Connecticut

Grade A Market- Newfield Ave. (Stamford)

ShopRite of Clinton

ShopRite of Commerce Street

ShopRite of East Haven

ShopRite of Fairfield

ShopRite of Hamden

ShopRite of Milford

ShopRite of New London

ShopRite of Norwalk

ShopRite of Norwich

ShopRite of Shelton

ShopRite of Southbury

ShopRite of Southington

ShopRite of Stratford

ShopRite of Wallingford

ShopRite of West Haven

 

Delaware

ShopRite of 1st State Plaza

ShopRite of Brandywine

ShopRite of Christina Crossing

ShopRite of Four Seasons Plaza

ShopRite of Governor’s Square

ShopRite of Newark

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Maryland

ShopRite of Glen Burnie

ShopRite of Timonium

ShopRite of White Oak

 

New York

ShopRite of Albany

ShopRite of Chester

ShopRite of Colonie

ShopRite of Ellenville

ShopRite of Fairview (Hudson)

ShopRite of Fishkill

ShopRite of Kingston

ShopRite of Middletown

ShopRite of Montgomery

ShopRite of New Paltz

ShopRite of New Rochelle

ShopRite of Newburgh

ShopRite of Niskayuna

ShopRite of Poughkeepsie

ShopRite of Slingerlands

ShopRite of Thornwood

ShopRite of Vails Gate

ShopRite of Wallkill

ShopRite of Warwick

ShopRite of White Plains

 

Pennsylvania

ShopRite of Aramingo Ave.

ShopRite of Bensalem

ShopRite of Bethlehem

ShopRite of Brodheadsville

ShopRite of Cheltenham Square

ShopRite of East Norriton

ShopRite of Eddystone

ShopRite of Fairless Hills

ShopRite of Fox Street

ShopRite of Front & Olney

ShopRite of Haverford

ShopRite of Island Avenue

ShopRite of Knorr Street

ShopRite of Morrell Plaza

ShopRite of Oregon Ave

ShopRite of Oxford & Levick

ShopRite of Parkside

ShopRite of Roosevelt Blvd.

ShopRite of Roxborough

ShopRite of Snyder Plaza

ShopRite of Stroudsburg

ShopRite of Yardley

 

 

 

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Colcannon

St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner, and while the rest of the celebrating world seems to look forward to corned beef and cabbage, I’m rather partial to colcannon. The perfect mix of fluffy mashed potatoes and buttery cabbage, I could sit and finish off a bowl of this and nothing else while everyone else delves into soda bread and tea. (more)

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10 Healthy Back-to-School Food Tips from a ShopRite In-Store Registered Dietitian

Last week my son and his friend had the chance to visit our favorite local ShopRite for a free kids nutrition education session offered by ShopRite’s in-store Registered Dietitian. (more)

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Gallagher Family Markets

 

Charles Gallagher joined the Wakefern Food Corp. cooperative in the fall of 2012. His family business, Gallagher Family Markets, owns and operates the ShopRite of Selden, New York.Charles Gallagher joined the Wakefern Food Corp. cooperative in the fall of 2012. His family business, Gallagher Family Markets, owns and operates the ShopRite of Selden, New York.

A 40-year supermarket industry veteran, Mr. Gallagher began his career as a teenager, collecting carts at New Jersey-based Eickhoff Supermarkets, a family-owned business that operates stores in Southern New Jersey. After graduating from St Joseph’s University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Food Marketing, Mr. Gallagher joined the Kroger Co., serving in various retail management positions in Texas, Louisiana and California. He is also a graduate of the University of Southern California Food Industry Management Program.

Mr. Gallagher joined former Wakefern member Big V Supermarkets in 1993 where he served in various operations and merchandising positions with responsibility for supermarket locations throughout New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania. In 1998, the Eickhoff family joined Wakefern and Mr. Gallagher returned to Eickhoff , where he served as general manager for several years.

With the opening of the ShopRite of Selden, Mr. Gallagher becomes a Wakefern member himself. Having recently relocated to the area, Mr. Gallagher looks forward to contributing to the strong sense of community in Selden. A longtime supporter of initiatives to end hunger and to raise funds for the American Cancer Society, he has also worked to raise funds for and volunteered his time toward youth athletics and scholarship programs.

Joining Mr. Gallagher in this business venture are his wife, Judy, and their children, as well as his brothers William Gallagher, who will serve as store manager and James Gallagher, who will oversee the initial training of new associates. Collectively, the Gallagher family brings more than 100 years of supermarket industry experience to the business.

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ShopRite Goes Green

Earth 2016

ShopRite’s 2015 Recycling and Composting Results:
136,522 tons corrugated cardboard
3,798 tons plastic film, bags and hard plastic
2,824 tons of waxed corrugated cardboard
558 tons newspaper
434 tons office paper
57 tons metal

Did you know
• ShopRite recycled nearly 2 million tons of material in the last four decades?
• ShopRite composted approximately 14,500 tons of food waste in 2015?
• Over 31,000 volunteers took the ShopRite Earth Day Challenge. Call 1-800-ShopRite for more information.


Company Highlights

ShopRite of Stirling Unveils Urban Cultivator

Tucked into a corner of ShopRite of Stirling, New Jersey is a glass case, its four shelves filled with trays of kale, broccoli, pea shoots and wheat grass. Known as an urban cultivator, this indoor gardening system has helped ShopRite of Stirling hit some lofty sustainability goals.

“It’s all organic,” said ShopRite of Stirling registered dietitian Rachel Simpers (above left with green team members). “Organic seeds, organic soil.” The store gets the seeds from a cultivation company in Canada and the organic soil from a local greenery in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey. It takes about a week to grow wheatgrass; pea shoots take between two and three. The store then uses these vegetables to make nutritious drinks and shots at its in-store juice bar.

ShopRite Preserves Rainwater in South Jersey

By digging holes and planting native vegetation, a team of associates from Ravitz Family Markets helped the Delaware Riverkeeper build a rain garden at Reverend Evers Park in Camden, New Jersey.

The rain garden beautifies the park and makes it easier for the surrounding area to capture and slowly release stormwater run off. Plenty of kids helped out on this project, which will cut down the amount of pollution that reaches neighboring creeks and streams.

Kenneth Brahl, senior director of labor relations with Ravitz Family Markets, led the effort. “Water is such an important resource for us all,” said Brahl (above, second from left, with green team members), “and we felt it was important to volunteer for this project.”

Greenfield’s ShopRite Works with Composting Facility

ShopRite of Commack owner Seth Greenfield (above left, with his father Jon and green team member Stephen Silvers) is always striving to find new sustainable solutions. At this ShopRite, associates bring food waste from different departments to a large storage container behind the store. The food waste is then transported to a facility, where it is converted into compost or used as high-end fertilizer for farm fields, golf courses and even residential or commercial landscaping.

“Our family members have always been big believers in doing all we can to help the environment,” Greenfield said. “Our successful relationship with the waste reduction company Organix allows us to continue that proud tradition.”


Captain Planet Brings an Urban Garden to Camden Street School in Newark

Last May, ShopRite of Newark, New Jersey, joined Dole Packaged Foods, Captain Planet and the Greater Newark Conservancy to inaugurate a learning garden at the Camden Street School in Newark, New Jersey.

“We are thrilled to partner with Dole to provide this learning garden to the Camden Street School,” said ShopRite of Newark owner Neil Greenstein. “At ShopRite, we are always looking for ways to improve the quality of the life for the families we serve, especially children, through education about nutrition and healthy living.”

The idea of a learning garden was created by Captain Planet, a 25-year-old nonprofit organization that brings project learning gardens to schools (pre-K to 8th grade) across the United States, many in urban areas. Today there are 750 gardens across the country.

Project learning gardens not only give children the opportunity to plant their own fruits and vegetables. They also let teachers use them as teaching tools for lessons not only about growing food, but about science, math and the arts as well.

Captain Planet builds the garden on the school grounds, providing teachers with lessons and supplies for their classrooms.


The Journey of a Plastic Bag: What Happens When It Gets Recycled at ShopRite

For years, ShopRite has proudly and voluntarily implemented a plastic bag recycling process to help reduce the amount of material that winds up in landfills. You have probably seen the recycling bins in front of our stores designated specifically for plastic bags. Have you ever wondered what happens to your plastic bags once you put them in these bins? You would be surprised to know they take an interesting journey during the recycling process and sometimes travel all the way to the Far East.

The recycling process of the plastic bags all starts with you. You do your part in helping the environment by gathering your plastic shopping bags, bringing them back to the store and placing them in our recycling bins.

Once the bins are full, the bags are packed and shipped to our recycling centers in Elizabeth, New Jersey and Breinigsville, Pennsylvania. Since the 1970s, ShopRite has owned and operated its own recycling center in Elizabeth. It runs 16 hours a day, six days a week, and recycles all types of materials from our stores, including plastic bags.

When the plastic bags arrive at the recycling centers, they are sorted, and ones that are heavily soiled are removed. They are then packed and shipped to GP Harmon Recycling, ShopRite’s partner in the recycling process. That business serves as an intermediary between companies that want to trade their recycled materials and those that want to purchase and repurpose them.

Plastic bags have more value than one would think and can be used in many different applications. Plenty of companies in the automotive and lumber industries are interested in repurposing the plastic bags into plastic lumber, plastic parts and other materials. ShopRite plastic bags have landed everywhere from the United States to Southeast Asia.


TerraCycle’s 2015 “Recycled” Playground Challenge

Colgate and ShopRite partnered with TerraCycle to award Flanders Elementary School in Southington, Connecticut a recycled playground. The school was the grand prize winner of the 2015 Recycled Playground Challenge. Participating schools were challenged to collect toothbrushes, floss containers and toothpaste tubes, then send them to Colgate as part of the Colgate Oral Brigade program — a free recycling initiative created by Colgate and TerraCycle. Schools throughout New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and Connecticut participated in the challenge. They won playground credits for both the recycled material they sent to Colgate and the online votes they received for their school. Flanders Elementary School finished atop the leaderboard with 240,436 credits.

As the contest winner, Flanders Elementary School received a playground built out of toothbrushes, floss containers and toothpaste tubes. “Our family’s ShopRite has proudly served Southington since 2010,” said Don Drust, president of Drust Markets, a family business that owns the ShopRite of Southington. “Dedication to the communities we serve and a commitment to being a good neighbor are at the very core of my family’s mission. We are thrilled that the winner of this beautiful new playground is so close to home and we congratulate the students of Flanders Elementary School.”


365 Days of Conserving Energy and Water and Reducing Waste

From riding bikes and surfing the waves to pumpkin picking and building snowmen, there is something fun to do in every season. The seasons are four different times of the year that give us an opportunity to conserve energy and water while reducing waste.

It’s like giving the earth a high five!

Spring Is in the Air
“Spring is nature’s way of saying,‘Let’s party!’” — Robin Williams

When spring is in the air, it’s time to put away your winter coat. Flowers are blooming. It’s getting warmer outside. And best of all, it’s back to playing outside! As the days are getting brighter, it’s the perfect time to start letting sunshine into your home. Turn off the lights and lift the shades to let natural sunlight brighten your house.

Ask your parents to open the windows to invite the fresh air into your living room. You’ll help cool down your home naturally without turning on the air conditioner. And speaking of air conditioners, remind your parents to get your home unit serviced before the summer months. Easy air-conditioning maintenance and filter changes help conserve energy.

Have you and your parents been driving places you normally walk to
because of the cold? Now that it is getting warm, it is time to put your feet to the street again. Or your bike! You’ll save energy and get exercise. It’s a win-win. And don’t forget to pick up the trash you see on the ground that was hidden under the winter snow.

Summer Fun
“I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream!” — Johnson, Moll & King

In just a couple of months, school is out! Yippee! Warm weather means barbecues, beaches and vacations. It also means dry lawns and gardens that need to be watered. Remind your parents to water them in the morning hours — the coolest time of the day. This will allow you to conserve water. It will take more time for water to evaporate, preventing your lawn from drying up quickly under the scorching summer sun.

Encourage your parents to turn on the ceiling fans before using the air conditioner. Just be sure to turn offthe fans when you leave the room.

And don’t forget to ditch your video games and turn off your television
to save even more energy. Great adventures are out there under the summer sun!

Fall into Fall
“Autumn seemed to arrive suddenly that year. The morning of the first September was crisp and golden as an apple.” — J.K. Rowling

Autumn

As leaves begin to change colors and drop from their trees, it’s a telltale sign that fall has arrived. Fall — or autumn — is the perfect season to use nature’s gifts for arts-and-crafts projects. Fallen leaves, twigs and acorns are great for making artwork and fun, decorative things around the house. Why spend money at the craft store and increase waste when you can find everything you need in your backyard or at a
local park?

And you can help both your parents and the environment by picking up a rake. Cleaning your lawn without using a leaf blower will save your family money and conserve energy.

When you’re done raking, you can use those leaves and branches to start a compost pile. It’s an easy way to cut down on trash and waste (See composting article on page 1).

Winter’s Wonderland
“Happiness is catching snowflakes on your tongue.” — Charles Schulz

Winter

When Frosty appears, you know winter is here. It’s time for hot chocolate, sledding and staying warm. Help your parents by bundling up, wearing your hat and quickly closing the door when you come in your house to keep the cold air out and the warm energy in.

It’s a good idea to lower the thermostat when you’re not home. Or at the very least, try keeping it at a midlevel point (not too hot, not too cold) so that it can run more efficiently.

It’s also holiday time — the most wonderful season of all. Instead of throwing out unused food, give leftovers to guests to take home or have your parents freeze them for another time. And don’t forget to recycle or reuse the holiday gift wrap and gift bags you get during the holidays. Next December, they will come in handy and save your family money.


Earth Day is Everyday at ShopRite

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Clockwise from top left: Produce night shades save energy; So many materials are recycled at ShopRite; Composting reduces waste sent to landfills and creates fertile soil; Doors on dairy and frozen cases save energy; Food donations feed hungry people and reduce overall waste; Low flow faucets conserve water.

ShopRite is constantly striving to conserve energy and water in stores while reducing waste (see stats on page 1). In the past five years, ShopRite stores have significantly reduced electricity consumption. New stores use less electricity than stores that were built only five years ago.

Most stores have been upgraded with conservation lighting. New stores are being built with skylights, allowing stores to dim the lighting when the sun is strong. There are also cool roofs (white roofs) on many of the stores, which minimize the heat gains in stores. Cool roofs reflect heat from the sun instead of absorbing it.

Dairy and frozen cases have doors on them to save on energy consumption. Other open cases have night shades, which can be pulled down at night to minimize energy use. Air conditioning and heating systems are adjusted at night to save energy. In fact, every degree that can be adjusted saves two to three percent in costs.

Stores are diverting waste away from landfills through composting programs. Some of it is turned into animal feed (with added nutrients) and sent tofarms, while some of it is composted into fertile soil for gardens and other uses.

ShopRite also donates to food banks, which helps the hungry and limits waste.

In the past five years, ShopRite stores have been switching to low-flush toilets and other strategies to limit water usage. Some faucets automatically turn off after a few seconds. Hot water lines have been insulated to ensure that hot water flows faster.

And there are even self-filling buckets in some floral cases that water the flowers via a remote control.

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ShopRite of Hunterdon County

ShopRite of Hunterdon County

About ShopRite of Hunterdon County

“My family has been serving the communities of Hunterdon and southern Warren County for over 50 years. We started with a small store in downtown Flemington with a handful of employees and have grown to three stores with over 1,100 associates. Over the years our associates, past and present, have worked hard to enable us to grow and enrich the communities we serve.” – Joe Colalillo, President, ShopRite of Hunterdon County.

Our vision is simple: 
Be the Best. We aim to do our best each and every day for our customers and for each other. Our mission is to be the preferred place to work and shop and to retain the best associates to service our customers.

The following ShopRite stores are owned and operated by ShopRite of Hunterdon County:

ShopRite of Bethlehem
4701 Freemansburg Ave. Easton, PA 18045

Phone: (610) 865-2439
Store Manager: Rob Evans
Retail Dietitian: Olivia Fieo

ShopRite of Clinton
50 Walmart Plaza Clinton, NJ 08809
Phone: (908) 730-6800
Manager: Rick Lynch 
Health & Wellness Coordinator: Sheila Suerig
 
ShopRite of Flemington
272 State Route 31 Flemington, NJ 08822
Phone: (908) 782-2553
Store Manager: Kris Santana 
Retail Dietitian: Sue Lang Saponara
 
ShopRite of Greenwich
1207 US Highway 22 Phillipsburg, NJ 08865
Phone: (908) 454-8086
Store Manager: Gary Casterline
Retail Dietitian: Kerri Ann Lasky-Carlos
 
ShopRite of Yardley
1603 Big Oak Road Yardley, Pennsylvania 19067

Phone: (215) 595-0078
Store Manager: Mike Jacob
Retail Dietitian: Megan Collins
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Community Outreach
We believe in giving back to the communities that we serve and that have enabled us to sustain and grow our business. We consistently support local schools, churches, synagogues, youth athletics and service organizations, among others.

Thank you for visiting with us!

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Village Supermarkets, Inc.

Village Supermarkets, Inc.

(Left to right: Nicholas (Nico) Sumas, Perry Blatt, Laura Sumas, John J. Sumas, James Sumas,
Robert Sumas, Ali Sumas Good, Stephanie Sumas-Tsiivos, William Sumas, John P. Sumas)

About Village Super Market, Inc.
Greek immigrants Nick and Perry Sumas opened the first Village Supermarket in 1937. Just under 10 years later the brothers joined Wakefern, becoming one of the cooperative’s earliest members. As the Sumas family grew, so too did their business. Today, the family, including Nick’s sons James and Robert, and Perry’s sons William and John, and their children and extended family, owns and operates 29 ShopRite supermarkets located in northern, central and southern New Jersey, Maryland and Pennsylvania.

Our vision is simple: Helping families live better!

The following ShopRite stores are owned and operated by
Village Super Market, Inc.

Maryland
ShopRite of Timonium
ShopRite of White Oak

New Jersey
ShopRite of Absecon
ShopRite of Bernardsville
ShopRite of Chatham
ShopRite of Chester
ShopRite of East Orange
ShopRite of Elizabeth
ShopRite of English Creek
ShopRite of Essex Green
ShopRite of Galloway
ShopRite of Garwood
ShopRite of Greater Morristown
ShopRite of Hammonton
ShopRite of Hillsborough
ShopRite of Landis
ShopRite of Livingston
ShopRite of Marmora
ShopRite of Millburn
ShopRite of Old Bridge
ShopRite of Rio Grande
ShopRite of Somers Point
ShopRite of Somerset
ShopRite of Springfield
ShopRite of Stirling
ShopRite of Union
ShopRite of Washington
ShopRite of Watchung

Pennsylvania
ShopRite of Stroudsburg

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Community Outreach
We believe in giving back to the communities that we serve and that have enabled us to sustain and grow our business. We consistently support local schools, churches, synagogues, youth athletics and service organizations, among others.

Thank you for visiting with us!

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Environmental Sustainability

Environmental Sustainability

 

Did you know ShopRite has been active in environmental and community initiatives for more than three decades? It’s true!Think Green

We have always considered environmental sustainability the “right thing to do.”  Click here for some annual facts and figures.  Read on to find out about the steps we have taken to minimize our impact on the environment, and in the communities we serve!

Green

Grocery Bags- Choose to Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!

ShopRite has promoted grocery bag waste reduction for many years. We are all about choice and offer three carry out grocery bag options (paper, plastic and reusable “canvas”). Reusing, recycling and reducing the number of bags used means less trash is sent to the landfill and fewer resources are needed to create new bags. ShopRite also makes it easy for customers to recycle plastic bags, along with other flexible plastic packaging including product bags, bread bags, and case wraps, by providing recycling bins at the front of every store.

 

Eco Superstars

 

How2Recycle

A year ago we introduced the How2Recycle label on our paper and plastic carry-out bags.   It is designed to remind ShopRite customers to recycle or reuse their bags. How about making origami, a school book cover, or a pirate hat out of your next paper grocery bag? Find out more about How2Recycle at how2recycle.info.

We make it easy to recycle

 Food Waste Reduction

Did you know…..ShopRite composted more than 14,500 tons of materials in 2015 alone? It’s true! Add to that all of the food we donate to food banks and local pantries and we are making incredible progress as we reduce our environmental impact and feed hungry people.

 

Crazy about composting

donating unsellable food

ShopRite Earth Day Challenge

Each year, ShopRite conducts its own “ShopRite Earth Day Challenge.” This annual event challenges volunteers to beautify their communities by cleaning up litter from local parks and beaches, and planting flowers. To date, over 31,000 volunteers – all wearing gloves and using trash bags donated by ShopRite– have participated in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. Call 1-800 ShopRite to receive free materials for your next community clean up!

Keep Communities Beautiful

 It Takes a Seed

Our Very Own Recycling Center

Did you know…..ShopRite has recycled more than 1.8 MILLION tons of materials to date? It’s true, ShopRite has long been active in keeping other materials out of the waste stream. Since the 1970’s, we have operated our own recycling center in Elizabeth, New Jersey. The facility, operates 16 hours a day, six days a week, and recycles all kinds of materials from our stores.

recycling cardboard

ShopRite Earth News

To help educate our customers and communities, ShopRite publishes an environmental newsletter called ShopRite Earth News. Since 2000, this award-winning publication informs ShopRite customers on how they can become more “green” through reducing their own energy use, composting at home to reduce waste and other ways they can help reduce their impact on the environment. We also include retail examples, so you know all of the things our sustainable ShopRite stores are doing to go green. Click here to view ShopRite Earth News 2016

 

Highlights 2016

Conservation Partnerships

Philanthropy is not a new idea for Wakefern.  One example is our “Partners in Caring Program” designed to fight hunger.  But did you know that we have helped a number of environmental non-government organizations (E-NGO’s) for a number of years? Click here to find out who they are! 

environmental leaders

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