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 HERE’S HOW IT WORKS: The P&G Fantasy Football Program Available at ShopRite® is a Fantasy Football Challenge (“Challenge”) that takes place during the NFL 2015 regular season.During the 17 weeks of the NFL 2015 regular season, Challenge participants will have the opportunity to win weekly prizes as determined by the points earned based on their player lineup and results. See Rule # 4 for details on how to participate.

  1. The Challenge is administered and judged by the Fantasy Football online platform operator (the “Commissioner”), as defined below.
  2. SPONSOR: The Procter & Gamble Distributing LLC, One P&G Plaza, Cincinnati, OH 45202.
  3.  ELIGIBILITY: The Challenge is open only to residents of the states of Connecticut, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Maryland and Pennsylvania, who are 18 years or older as of date of entry. Employees of Sponsor, Commissioner, Wakefern Food Corp., NFL Entities (as defined below), their respective shareholders and any of their respective affiliates, subsidiaries, participating vendors, promotion or advertising agencies, or any other company involved with the design, production, execution or distribution of the Challenge (collectively “Released Parties”) and immediate families and members of households of each of the foregoing are ineligible to enter. “Household member” shall mean people who share the same residence at least 3 months a year. Void where prohibited by law. All federal, state, and local laws and regulations apply.
  4.  HOW TO PARTICIPATE: A Challenge participant (“Challenge Participant”) is required to register at com/fantasy and obtain a User ID in order to participate in the Challenge. Limit one registration/User ID per person; a person can use only one email address to register.   The Challenge period begins on 9/8/15 and ends on 1/3/16 (the “Challenge Period”). However, Challenge Participants may begin registering on 8/30/15.

The Challenge Period is comprised of (17) separate weekly periods (each a “Weekly Period”). Each Weekly Period will begin on Tuesday mornings and continue through the following Monday, with the exception of the final Weekly Period, which ends on Sunday 1/3/16. There will be 3 days of scheduled game play each Weekly Period: Thursday, Sunday and Monday, with the exception of Weekly Periods 15 and 16 which include game play on Saturday 12/19/15 and Saturday 12/26/15 respectively. After the Monday game has concluded for a given Weekly Period, player selection for the next Weekly Period will be open.
The first Weekly Period will begin on 9/8/15 and the final Weekly Period will begin on 12/29/15.

To participate in the Challenge, visit and follow the on-screen instructions to register or login using your User ID. Challenge Participants will have the opportunity to select a player Lineup for each Weekly Period they choose to participate in; Challenge Participants do not have to participate in all (17) Weekly Periods.

For each Weekly Period, Challenge Participants may select their player Lineup for the upcoming week of play. A Challenge Participant’s weekly Lineup will consist of 5 players, from various positions, selected from the list of available players the Commissioner has pre-defined as a player pool of available players for the applicable Weekly Period (the “Lineup”). Challenge Participants will pick the player from each position that such Challenge Participant thinks will score the most touchdowns (rushing, receiving and passing) during the applicable Weekly Period.

The required number of players must be selected at each position (listed below) from the available player pool. Challenge Participant’s selections are made in isolation from one another; there is no draft component in this Challenge. Challenge Participants will not be allowed to set a Lineup that does not meet the following Lineup requirements.

Player 1: Quarterback

Player 2: Running Back

Player 3: Wide Receiver

Player 4: A Wide Receiver, a Running Back or a Tight End

Player 5: A Wide Receiver, a Running Back or a Tight End

For NFL players who play more than one position, the Commissioner will determine their position eligibility. When a player is made available in the player pool for a Weekly Period, he will not be removed from the player pool during that Weekly Period.

Player Lineup Selection Deadlines for Each Weekly Period:

Thursday Game: If you wish to select a Player for your Lineup who will be playing during a Thursday game, your player selection must be submitted 5 minutes prior to the scheduled kick-off time of that Thursday game.  Otherwise, that player will not be available for selection for your Lineup. 

Saturday Game:  If you wish to select a Player for your Lineup who will be playing during a Saturday game, your player selection must be submitted 5 minutes prior to the scheduled kick-off time of that Saturday game. Otherwise, that player will not be available for selection for your Lineup.

Sunday Game (earlier than 1:00 PM ET start):  If you wish to select a Player for your Lineup who will be playing during a Sunday game that begins earlier than 1:00 PM ET, your player selection must be submitted 5 minutes prior to the scheduled kick-off time of that Sunday game. Otherwise, that player will not be available for selection for your Lineup.

Sunday Game (1:00 PM ET and later start) & Monday Game:  If you wish to select a Player for your Lineup who will be playing during a Sunday game that begins at 1:00 PM ET or later or who will be playing during a Monday game, your player selection must be submitted by 12:55 PM ET on Sunday of the that Weekly Period. Otherwise, that player will not be available for selection for your Lineup.

Lineups may be changed until the selection deadlines (above). Once the game selection deadline has passed, any player(s) selected from these games for your Lineup cannot be changed.

Once all scheduled games for a Weekly Period have been concluded, Challenge points standings will be updated online. Points earned are based on your player Lineup and game results for the applicable Weekly Period. You will receive (1) point for each touchdown scored (rushing, receiving or passing) by players in your Lineup. The (1) top scoring eligible Challenge Participant for that Weekly Period will receive a weekly First Prize. The (100) next highest scoring eligible Challenge Participants will each receive a weekly Second Prize. See prize details below. Challenge points will not be rolled over to subsequent Weekly Periods. In the event of a tie, the tiebreaker will be the user whose selected players have accumulated the highest amount of touchdown yards. In an event that a tie still remains a random drawing will be conducted from among all tied participants for that prize level to determine the winner(s). Upon completion of the last game of a Weekly Period, all statistics are considered final. Decisions of the Commissioner are final with respect to player availability, player position, scoring and Challenge winner determination.

  1. WINNER VERIFICATION AND NOTIFICATION: Potential Week 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8 and 15 First Prize winners (and winners of multiple prizes with a cumulative value of $600 or more) will be notified via email and potential winner will be required to complete and return an Affidavit of Eligibility, Release of Liability, Prize Acceptance Form and, if legally permissible, a Publicity Release (collectively “Challenge Prize Documents”). Fulfillment Agency (as defined below) will email a PDF file with the Challenge Prize Documents to the potential winner and the potential winner must complete and return such documents by fax or email (PDF) within 10 days (including Saturdays, Sundays and holidays) of attempted delivery of same. Noncompliance within any stated time period or return of any prize/prize notification as undeliverable may result in disqualification without further notice and an alternate winner (the next highest scorer), may be determined. Verified winners will be notified by e-mail.
Weekly Period Prize Description Quantity Available Approx. Retail Value (each)
#1: 9/8/15 -9/14/15 First Prize: Gas Grill 1 $550.00
Second Prize: ShopRite Gift Card 100 $50.00
#2: 9/15/15-9/21/15 First Prize: Football Player Meet & Greet 1 $575.00
Second Prize: Gift Code 100 $50.00
#3: 9/22/15-9/28/15 First Prize: Pair of 2015 NFL regular-season tickets 1 $500.00
Second Prize: ShopRite Gift Card 100 $50.00
#4: 9/29/15-10/5/15 First Prize Football Player Meet & Greet 1 $575.00
Second Prize: Gift Code 100 $50.00
#5: 10/6/15-10/12/15 First Prize: $500 Gift Code 1 $500.00
Second Prize: ShopRite Gift Card 100 $50.00
#6: 10/13/15-10/19/15 First Prize: Football Player Meet & Greet 1 $575.00
Second Prize: Gift Code 100 $50.00
#7: 10/20/15-10/26/15 First Prize: Microsoft Surface 3 (64GB) 1 $499.00
Second Prize: ShopRite Gift Card 100 $50.00
#8: 10/27/15-11/2/15 First Prize: Recliner(awarded as a Visa prepaid card) 1 $750.00
Second Prize: Gift Code 100 $50.00
#9: 11/3/15-11/9/15 First Prize: Samsung 40” Smart HDTV 1 $500.00
Second Prize: ShopRite Gift Card 100 $50.00
#10: 11/10/15- 11/16/15 First Prize: $500 Gift Code 1 $500.00
Second Prize: Gift Code 100 $50.00
#11: 11/17/15-11/23/15 First Prize: $500 Gift Code 1 $500.00
Second Prize: ShopRite Gift Card 100 $50.00
#12: 11/24/15- 11/30/15 First Prize: Microsoft Surface 3 (64GB) 1 $499.00
Second Prize: Gift Code 100 $50.00
#13: 12/1/15- 12/7/15 First Prize: Xbox One Console 1 $500.00
Second Prize: ShopRite Gift Card 100 $50.00
#14: 12/8/15- 12/14/15 First Prize: Blender 1 $529.00
Second Prize: Gift Code 100 $50.00
#15: 12/15/15- 12/21/15 First Prize: Whirlpool Duet Washer & Dryer 1 $2,000.00
Second Prize: ShopRite Gift Card 100 $50.00
#16: 12/22/15- 12/28/15 First Prize: Samsung 40” Smart HDTV 1 $500.00
Second Prize: Gift Code 100 $50.00
#17: 12/29/15-1/3/16 First Prize: Xbox One Console 1 $500.00
Second Prize: ShopRite Gift Card 100 $50.00


Except as indicated below, prizes will be shipped to the winner’s address provided at time of registration.


Additional Prize Details:

  • Football Player Meet & Greet Prize: Each winner will receive 8 tickets (for winner and up to 7 guests) to attend a Meet & Greet in winner’s choice of city location to meet an NFL player (Rashad Jennings in New York or Darren Sproles in Philadelphia or Steve Smith, Sr. in Baltimore). Player will take a photo with the winner and sign a football for the winner. Player and Meet & Greet date/time/restaurant location to be determined by Sponsor, and is subject to change. Prize includes sponsor-specified food and non-alcoholic beverages. No transportation or accommodations are included. Minors must be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian who will count as one of the guests.
  • 2015 NFL Regular-Season Ticket Prize: Winner will receive a pair of 2015 NFL regular-season tickets to the game of winner’s choice from the list of available games provided by Sponsor. No transportation or accommodations are included.
  • ShopRite Gift Card Prizes: Gift cards subject to card terms and conditions.
  • com Gift Code Prizes: Gift Codes will be fulfilled via email. Gift Codes valid only at for in-stock merchandise only. Not valid for any other gift codes/cards/certificates, taxes, shipping and handling charges or other services.  Except where required by law, codes cannot be redeemed for cash or cash equivalent, returned, reproduced, modified, sold, traded, refunded or replaced if lost or stolen.  Not valid on previous purchases or returns.  No cash back.  If the value of your purchase exceeds the available gift code balance, you must pay the excess at the time of purchase.  Any unused amount will be kept in your account balance to be applied to a future purchase.  Certain brands or merchandise may be excluded.  All gift code purchases are subject to the Terms and Conditions, which may change at any time.  In addition, reserves the right to change the terms and conditions applicable to this gift code at any time.  Gift code questions should be directed to or 1-877-635-7467.  Void where prohibited.
  • Whirlpool Duet Washer and Dryer Prize: Both appliances are electric. Sponsor to specify model and color. Does not include installation.
  • All other gift card prizes are subject to specific card terms and conditions.

Prizes consist of only those items specifically listed as part of the prize. In the event there are an insufficient number of eligible participants to award all available prizes for any Weekly Period, Sponsor is not obligated to award any remaining prizes for that Weekly Period:

  1. GENERAL: If a participant submits more than the stated number of Challenge registrations permitted, and/or if the Commissioner suspects that a Challenge participant attempted to submit additional player Lineups by using multiple email addresses, registrations, identities or any other method, all Lineups submitted by the participant may be declared null and void. Proof of submitting player Lineup selections will not be deemed to be proof of receipt. CBS Interactive Inc. is the Commissioner of the Challenge. Any registrations/player Lineups which are suspected of being fraudulent (including those using robotic, automatic, programmed or similar methods of participation) will be disqualified based on determinations made solely by Commissioner. In the event of termination of the Challenge, a notice will be posted online and Weekly Prizes awarded based on scores tallied from games completed prior to termination. In the event there is a discrepancy or inconsistency between disclosures or other statements contained in any Challenge materials and the terms and conditions of the Official Rules the Official Rules shall prevail, govern and control. In the event that a scheduled football game is canceled or preempted for any reason, no points will be awarded for that week for players on the affected NFL teams.No substitution or transfer of prize by winner permitted. Sponsor reserves the right to substitute prize of equal or greater value. All applicable federal, state and local taxes on prize and any expenses relating to the acceptance/use of prize not specified herein are the sole responsibility of winner. In no event will more than the stated number of prizes be awarded. Challenge Participants/winners (and parent/legal guardian if Challenge Participant/winner is a minor in his/her state of residence) agree to release, discharge and hold harmless Released Parties and the NFL Entities (as defined below) from and against any and all liability (including damages caused or claimed to be caused) arising out of participation and/or acceptance/use of prize, and agree to be bound by these Official Rules and the decisions of the Commissioner and/or Sponsor, which are final. Acceptance of prize constitutes permission for the Sponsor and its agencies to use winners’ names and/or likenesses for purposes of advertising and trade without further compensation, including a winners list, unless prohibited by law. Claims may not be resolved through any form of class action. All material submitted becomes the sole property of Sponsor and will not be returned. Released Parties are not responsible for any typographical or other error in the printing of the offer, administration of the Challenge or in the announcement of the prizes.NOTICE: ANY ATTEMPT BY AN INDIVIDUAL TO DELIBERATELY DAMAGE ANY WEB SITE OR UNDERMINE THE LEGITIMATE OPERATION OF THIS PROGRAM IS A VIOLATION OF CRIMINAL AND CIVIL LAWS, AND SHOULD SUCH AN ATTEMPT BE MADE, SPONSOR RESERVES THE RIGHT TO SEEK DAMAGES FROM ANY SUCH INDIVIDUAL TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW. Released Parties are not responsible for faulty, incorrect, undeliverable or mis-transcribed phone/e-mail transmissions, incorrect announcements of any kind, technical hardware or software failures of any kind including any injury or damage to any person’s computer related to or resulting from participating in or experiencing any materials in connection with the Challenge, lost or unavailable network connections, or failed, incomplete, garbled or delayed computer transmission that may limit a user’s ability to participate in the Challenge.  Released Parties assume no responsibility for undeliverable e-mails resulting from any form of active or passive e-mail filtering by a user’s Internet service provider and/or e-mail client or for insufficient space in user’s e-mail account to receive e-mail. Sponsor and Commissioner reserve the right to cancel or modify the Challenge if fraud, misconduct or technical failures destroy the integrity of the Challenge; or if a computer virus, bug, or other technical problem corrupts the administration or security of the Challenge, or for any other reasonable reason as determined by Sponsor/Commissioner, in their sole discretion. In the event a dispute arises regarding the identity of the Challenge Participant, participation will be deemed made by the person whose name appears on the online registration form. Any damage made to the Web Site by a Challenge Participant will be the responsibility of the Challenge Participant and/or the authorized e-mail account holder of the e-mail address submitted at the time of registration. Sponsor and Commissioner reserve the right to freeze or close an account or to prohibit the participation of a Challenge Participant if fraud or tampering is suspected or if the Challenge Participant fails to comply with any requirement of participation as stated herein or with any provision in these Official Rules. Any person who supplies false information, obtains entries or participates by fraudulent means, or is otherwise determined to be in violation of these Official Rules in an attempt to obtain any prize will forfeit any prize won
  1. WINNERS: To receive a list of Challenge winners, send an email to with WINNERS 8805 as the subject line. Requests must be received by 1/25/16.  Winners list will be sent after all winners have been verified.

D.L. Blair, Inc. is the fulfillment agency (“Fulfillment Agency”) for this program.

Neither the National Football League, its member professional football clubs, NFL Ventures, Inc., NFL Ventures, L.P., NFL Properties LLC, NFL Enterprises LLC, NFL Productions LLC, NFL International LLC, and each of their respective subsidiaries, affiliates, owners, shareholders, officers, directors, agents, representatives and employees (collectively, the “NFL Entities”) nor Wakefern Food Corp., its shareholders and their respective affiliates, subsidiaries, directors, officers, agents, representatives and employees (collectively, the “ShopRite Entities”) will have any liability or responsibility for any claim arising in connection with participation in this program or any prize awarded. Neither the NFL Entities nor the ShopRite Entities have offered or sponsored this program in any way.

Gluten Free Shopping on a Budget

Gluten Free on a BudgetBelow are tips you can use while shopping for gluten free items without having to worry about going over your budget.

Naturally Gluten Free

Fruits, vegetables, lean meats, beans, nuts, brown rice and low-fat dairy products are all naturally gluten free. Naturally gluten free items can be found in every aisle, in addition to the gluten-free sections of the store.

 Unit Price

The unit price of an item is the cost of a product based on a set measurement. When you look at a label from ShopRite you will see two prices; on the left there’s the unit price and the right, larger price is the price of the item. Using the unit price you can easily determine which is the lesser expensive item. For example, a packet of seasoning may have a lower item price because of its size, but a higher unit price meaning it the more expensive option. Get in the habit of checking tags and you’ll see your grocery bill shrink!

Shop with your Dietitian!

Your local ShopRite dietitian is a great resource for locating gluten free items at a lower cost. They are familiar with the products in the store and are always willing to help you find gluten free alternatives to your favorite foods. Set up a time to have them walk around and shop with you – many times they have coupons and information from companies, too! You can find the closest ShopRite dietitian by logging onto

 Check your Circular

Planning your meals around the weekly sales is a great way to cut costs, gluten-free or not! Make sure to check the circular online or at the store and create your list around those discounted items. You can also find coupons online or through ShopRite’s smartphone app that load automatically to your Price Pluc Club Card. Make sure to stock up on items you frequently eat when they’re on sale!

 Shop the Seasons

Fruits and vegetables are in season throughout different parts of the year so make sure to shop accordingly. If a produce item is out of season, purchasing the frozen or canned option will be a lesser expensive option at that time. Once again, use the unit price to compare which one is best for your budget!

Choose Private Label

Purchasing ShopRite’s private label items is an easy way to help lower your total grocery bill without losing the taste and quality you expect. These items are typically a lower cost than the brand name items you see advertised on TV and in magazines.

Buy in Bulk

As the size of the product gets larger, the unit price shrinks. When possible, buy in bulk to save money on items you use frequently. Bags of apples or potatoes, family size packs of meat, and larger container of yogurt are all wonderful, gluten-free options to buy in bulk!

Save leftovers

Cooking larger amount of food at one time is not only a time saver, but also saves you money! Placing leftovers in containers and taking them to work or packing them for school is a great way to save money from eating out. Packing your lunch can also eliminate concerns of it coming in contact with any gluten products. Freezing leftovers can also save time when you’re in a pinch and need a quick, gluten free meal.

How to Eat Mindfully – Anytime, Anywhere

Expert tips on how to pay attention to your meal – even when you’re multitasking at work, in your car or with the kids.

Article By: Sarah Elizabeth Richards

The idea of eating mindfully sounds like a luxury: You savor each morsel of food, breathing in its aroma, admiring its color and shape. As soon as you take a bite, you admire its taste, temperature and texture. Is it smooth or crunchy? Salty or sweet? Spicy or bland? You notice how the flavor changes as you chew your food slowly and thoroughly, setting down your fork in between bites and breathing deeply as you check in with your body to ask if it wants another. When you’re finished, you are perfectly satiated – no longer hungry, but not full and definitely not stuffed. Eating is pleasure, and you have nourished your body in compete harmony with the universe.

Sounds fabulous, right? But it also sounds like a lot of work. It’s hard to make each bite of food an extraordinary experience, especially when real life gets in the way. There are emails to be sent, bills to be paid, kids to be shuttled. Sometimes a meal has just gotta be a meal.

Yet research shows that so-called mindful eating might be helpful when working to lose weight. It helps you eat more slowly which may lead to consuming consume fewer calories, as you give your body time to signal your brain that you’ve have enough. It also helps you gain more satisfaction from your food. One recent study found that our perception or “memory” of what we eat determines how full we feel afterward, no matter how much we’ve actually consumed. How many of us have eaten in front of the computer or while watching TV, only to look up and ask, “I’m finished already?”

The challenge is to fit mindful eating into our daily lives. Experts say it’s not that hard. “We often kid ourselves about how busy we are,” explains Brian Wansink, Ph.D., professor of consumer behavior at Cornell University and author of the forthcoming Slim by Design: Mindless Eating Solutions for Everyday Life. “It takes just 15 minutes to really enjoy a meal.”

Whether you’ve got fifteen minutes or five, experts agree you can eat mindfully wherever you are. You’ll starve if you wait until the perfect time and place to get into a mindful state of mind. “You can do it anywhere,” says Lilian Cheung, R.D., a nutritionist at the Harvard School of Public Health and co-author of Savor: Mindful Eating, Mindful Life. Just use these simple strategies:

1. Focus on your food. “The key is to focus on the food itself and not get carried away by thoughts or what’s happening around you.” She suggests closing your eyes and taking one or two deep breaths to switch gears. You can do this on a park bench, at a meeting – even while in the (parked) car during a busy errand day. “Try to pull into a parking lot, where you’ll have fewer distractions,” suggests Wansink. “You’ll want to enjoy your meal as much as possible. That’s not going to happen at a stop light.”

2. Make the most of the moments you do have. “Be aware of how much time you have to eat,” urges Cheung. “If you only have 10 minutes, consider splitting your lunch into two parts. Truly savor your food, then attend your next meeting and eat the rest later.” Or in cases when that’s impossible, at least recognize that you’re not eating mindfully. “If you can’t avoid eating while driving, at least be aware that you are eating in a rush,” she says. That’s a valuable lesson, too. Over time, you’ll be able to distinguish between the two states. As you learn how much better eating mindfully feels, you’ll be more inspired to make it a priority.

3. Step away from your desk. We all know how much the French enjoy life with their supposed two-hour lunches outside the office. But sometimes you just can’t get away. Stop and step out of the cube, even if you’re just walking down the hall to the break room, advises Wansink. “People like others to think they’re so swamped they can’t possible break away,” he says. “But you’re going to get much more of a lift eating with another person than sitting at your desk surfing the Internet or looking at someone’s Facebook post of cute cats.”

4. Keep mealtimes relaxed and fun. You do the things to set up the right physical environment to support your weight-loss goals: Not keeping junk in the house. Walking past the donuts in the conference room. Avoiding buffets. Your emotional environment matters, too. Research shows that people eat faster when they’re stressed or upset. So don’t start heated arguments when you sit down to eat. Save sensitive discussion topics for after dinner, even if it means changing the subject suddenly – do it with a smile and your dinner companions will likely follow suit. Bon appétit!

Mindfully Enjoy a Poblano & Egg Breakfast Sandwich

Servings: 1


Level of Difficulty: Easy

Prep Time: 5 min

Cook Time: 7 min

PointsPlus® Value: 5


1 spray cooking spray

½ small poblano chili pepper, diced, (1/2 cup)

6 Tbsp. All Whites®

1/8 tsp. table salt

1 100% Whole Wheat Bagel Thins, lightly toasted

2 Tbsp. Weight Watchers® Shredded Reduced Fat Mexican Style Blend

1 Tbsp. salsa

1. Spray a medium nonstick skillet with cooking spray and set over medium-high heat. Add diced poblano pepper and sauté until crisp-tender. Transfer peppers to a plate when done.

2. Stir All Whites and salt in a small bowl, then stir into skillet. Cook until set, then scatter with reserved peppers. Fold into quarters.
3. Place bottom half of Bagel Thin on a plate. Place omelet on top. Sprinkle with cheese, then top with salsa and Bagel Thin top.
Yields 1 sandwich.
Notes: If you happen to have some cilantro on hand, chop some and throw it in-it will add a nice fresh touch! Poblanos are a slightly spicy pepper, but if you want to keep it tame, use bell pepper instead.

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Ingredient Guide

When determining what to make for dinner, it’s common to get into a routine. Whether you are in need of some inspiration on how to use an ingredient for the first time- or just want to add some variety to a dish you are already familiar with- refer to our library of ingredient guides to assist you.

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Lifestyle Tips for a Healthy Heart

Adopting a healthy lifestyle will make you feel better now and can help you avoid heart problems in the future.  Try these tips to get you started on a heart-healthy way of life:


  • Enjoy more plant-based foods with each meal –even breakfast.  For example, vegetables are a great partner for egg dishes such as scrambled eggs and frittatas.  Opt for egg whites most often or combine one whole egg with the whites.  Add sliced fruit on top of cereals and aim for whole grains like oatmeal, bran, quinoa, and whole wheat breads and other starches.
  • Avoid added sugars, saturated fat, trans fat and sodium in process foods and sugary beverages.  Instead find brands that are low in each category.  Better yet, prepare meals at home so you can control the amount of fat, sugar and salt that’s in your dish.  You’ll probably save money too!
  • Be mindful of portions.  Often we eat more than the recommended serving size which can lead to unwanted calories.  Read packages to determine appropriate portion sizes.
  • Snack!  Snacks are an important part of a healthy meal plan.  They help to prevent overeating at meals by ensuring you don’t ever get “too hungry.”  Choose healthy snacks like fresh or dried fruit, raw vegetables with hummus or low-fat dip, yogurt, almonds, whole-grain granola bars or whole-grain crackers with low-fat cheese.
  • Get at least 7 hours of sleep each night.  Studies show that getting less than 6 hours of sleep per night is a risk factor for heart disease.  Avoid caffeine, nicotine and alcohol close to bed time, as well as spicy foods, as this can interrupt with sleep.
  • Exercise a total of 30 minutes per day.  You can add this into your daily routine by walking for short bursts throughout the day, taking the stairs, or adding a bit of exercise at home while you watch TV on commercial breaks.  Be creative and make it work for your lifestyle.
  • Quit smoking.  Smoking harms not only your heart, but every organ in your body.  If you’d like help, visit one of our in-store dietitians or pharmacists for advice on products that can help you quit.



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A How To Guide for New Year’s Resolutions

 5 Realistic Resolutions for 2015

1. Focus on Nutrition

The desire to quickly shed unwanted pounds can sometimes bring on some “not-so-healthy” behaviors this time of year.  Fad diets, unsafe diet supplements, and deprivation are just a few methods people try for a “quick fix.”  The reality is there is no magic bullet when it comes to weight loss.  Focus on adopting reasonable and healthy habits that you can easily incorporate into your lifestyle.  Make it a goal to:

  • Include a fruit or vegetable in every meal and snack.
  • Cut back on high-calorie, sugary beverages.  When weight loss is your goal, every calorie counts!
  • Swap out refined (white) grains for whole-grain products like whole-grain bread, pasta, cereal, brown rice, and quinoa
  • Choose lean meats, fish and poultry as well as non-meat protein sources like tofu, beans and nuts.

2. Don’t Forget to Eat

It’s true what they say, six small meals spaced throughout the day can help guide you to a healthier weight.  Skipping meals can run you off track and lead to overeating.  Aim to eat within one half hour of waking and every 2-3 hours thereafter.

3. Enjoy Family Meals

Eating dinner together is a great way to encourage the whole family to get involved in adopting healthier habits.  Make a set time for a meal and get everyone involved. Consider not only cooking together, but also getting others involved in meal planning, setting the table and even choosing a topic for dinner conversation. Dinner will go from being a meal to being a not-to-be-missed event.

4. Get Fit Together

Make exercise a group event, whether it’s with family, friends or even a team or support group. Try new exercise classes, a new walking or biking route, or even swap your favorite fitness DVDs with friends.  When it’s done together, it feels less like work and more like fun!

5. Reduce Screen Time

Spend less time in front of the TV and computer.  Did you know that the average American spends up to 5 hours a day in front of the TV and/or computer?  Swap half that time for a healthier activity such as going for a walk with a friend, taking a yoga class, preparing a healthy meal, or even relaxing with a good book.


31 Days of Wellness


Don’t let December feel like a lost cause for health and wellness! Follow this “31 Day Challenge of simple, healthy choices and keep on track to meet your healthy lifestyle goals.

  1. Replace at least one caloric beverage (soda, juice, wine, etc.) with water.
  2. Add one serving (1 cup raw or ½ cup cooked) of vegetables to dinner.
  3. Start your day with a positive affirmation (for example, “I love myself for exactly who I am,” ).
  4. Turn off all electronics at least 1hr before bed.
  5. Take at least 5 minutes to quietly reflect on your day.
  6. Add a 15 minute walk after dinner to your regular physical activity.
  7. Eat a piece of fruit paired with 2 tablespoons of nuts for your mid-afternoon snack.
  8. Cook a big batch of veggie-packed stew on Sunday and enjoy for lunch throughout the week.
  9. Before reaching for food, ask yourself if you’re really hungry. If the answer is no, nourish what is actually feeling empty instead (e.g. read a book if you’re bored, take a bubble bath if stressed).
  10. Schedule that doctor’s visit, dentist appointment, blood work, etc., you’ve been putting off!
  11. Craving something sweet? Try a square or two of dark chocolate.  Remember to practice portion control and stick to a one or two square portion!
  12. Sit down to meals without distractions (phones, TVs, laptops, books, etc.)
  13. Get at least 7 hours of sleep each night.
  14. Cook a batch of plain oats to reheat for the week — sweetened with fruit, cinnamon and vanilla.
  15. Set an alarm to get up and move, even just to stretch, once every hour.
  16. Give your salt shaker the cold shoulder today. Try herbs and lemon juice for flavor instead!
  17. Swap in one whole grain (whole-wheat bread or pasta, wild rice, quinoa) for a “white” or refined grain today (white bread, white rice, regular pasta).
  18. Instead of using butter, try olive or canola oil for cooking.
  19. If the stress is building (or not!), find at least one extra excuse to laugh.
  20. Use ShopRite’s new nutrition shelf tag program to help you make nutritious choices while you shop.
  21. Making a sandwich? Try a thin smear of avocado instead of mayo or cheese.
  22. Forget about sizes: choose something to wear that flatters you and makes you feel great!
  23. Hug someone you care about.
  24. Instead of focusing on the food, direct your energy to the people with whom you’re celebrating.
  25. Wait at least 10 minutes before going for seconds at a party or the holiday meal.
  26. Go a little overboard yesterday? Get right back on track today by starting with a healthy breakfast.
  27. Spend the day walking around town to take advantage of holiday sales.
  28. Write down all the negative thoughts you have in one day, then replace them with positive ones.
  29. Clear out the house of leftover holiday treats by sharing them with coworkers.
  30. Make a plan for your New Year’s celebration: what will tempt you? How will you respond?
  31. Make your SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, time-bound) goals for January!

Bonus challenge: build on each day throughout the month rather than viewing the daily goals in isolation. For example, on Day One replace one caloric beverage with water, then on Day Two add in a serving of vegetables and replace another caloric beverage with water.

Above all else, remember that no matter what you celebrate, December is the perfect time to take a moment to appreciate all of the people and opportunities in your life that mean the world to you. Enjoy and have a Happy and a Healthy New Year!


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Delivery available to the following areas:

Location Zip Code
Bridgeport 08014
Gibbstown           08027
Glassboro         08028
Hammonton               08037
Mantula         08051
Mickleton           08056
Mount Royal           08061
Mullica Hill             08062
National Park         08063
Paulsboro       08066
Pedricktown            08067
Penns Grove         08069
Pennsville         08070
Pitman           08071
Richwood     08074
Salem          08079
Sewell      08080
Sicklerville         08081
Swedesboro 08085
Thorofare 08086
Waterford Works 08089
Wenonah 08090
Westville 08093
Williamstown 08094
Woodbury 08096
Woodbury Heights 08097
Woodstown 08098
Egg Harbor City 08215
Bridgeton 08302
Clayton 08312
Elmer 08318
Franklinville 08322
Malaga 08328
Mays Landing 08330
Millville 08332
Monroeville 08343
Newfield 08344
Vineland 08360

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ShopRite of Absecon delivers to the following areas:

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Delivery Area Zip Code
ABSECON , NJ 08201
LINWOOD , NJ 08221
POMONA , NJ 08240

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Pick up and Delivery available from the ShopRite of Absecon. 
ShopRite of Absecon delivers to the following areas:

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Delivery Area Zip Code
ABSECON , NJ 08201
LINWOOD , NJ 08221
POMONA , NJ 08240