The levels of competition amongst North Jersey’s supermarkets is fierce. There’s ShopRite, Trader Joe’s, Aldi, Lidl, Wegmans, Full Foods and the quickly-to-open initially Amazon Contemporary, all competing with Stop & Store for North Jersey’s grocery dollar.
With that in thoughts, Clifton’s Prevent & Store just finished a renovation of the 47,000-sq.-foot retailer at Broad Street and Allwood Highway.
It is the very first reworking of the 60 outlets that Halt & Store operates in New Jersey. Its father or mother corporation is Ahold Delhaize, a Belgium-based enterprise that is among the the top rated grocery store proprietors in the U.S.
“With the all of the competitiveness heating up in North Jersey, it produced feeling to get started with Clifton,” stated Stefanie Shuman, Stop & Store spokesperson, adding that future thirty day period reworking will be total at the Bloomfield and Union retailers.
Up coming up are Pompton Plains and Dumont.
As it is, within a several miles of the Clifton store are two ShopRites, 1 in Minimal Falls and just one in Passaic and Aldi as perfectly as the before long-to-open Amazon Fresh new in Woodland Park. That will not consider into account the Clifton Trader Joe’s or BJ’s, also nearby.
To stand out, Retail store Supervisor Craig Szymanski claimed Cease & Shop began to revamp the retail store past April, functioning at evening to expand the develop section, add a sushi station and hot organized foods, and overhaul the seafood and meat department.
“Folks wanted more ready foods to seize and go,” Szymanski stated. “It is all about time these times.”
The keep also extra a curbside pickup option, repainted and additional monitor lights to give the retail outlet a extra modern experience, he explained.
For Clifton’s Barbara Pieroni, a longtime client, the modify was welcome.
“They produced the aisles broader in the make area,” which makes it simpler for her to navigate. She is impressed with the purchaser support, specifically through the redesign, when at moments items were moved all-around.
“There was a single younger man who helped me when I couldn’t uncover an merchandise,” she reported. “He chased me down. Excellent administration begins at the top and tends to make its way down. I am definitely amazed with the get the job done ethic of the youngest workers below.”
The manager couldn’t agree more. “What separates us from everybody else is our associates and the high quality of item,” Szymanski said.
As portion of Friday’s unveiling of the freshly transformed retailer, and to help the Clifton group, Quit & Shop donated $1,000 in gift cards to St. Peter’s Haven, which runs a foods pantry and a shelter that delivers quick-time period housing for homeless and at-possibility family members.
Matt Fagan is a nearby reporter for NorthJersey.com. For endless access to the most vital information from your community community, please subscribe or activate your digital account right now.
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