Prioritizing convenience and improved in-store offerings, the grocery chain invests in customer education, prepared foods and community spaces

To keep up with speciality retailers and online options, major grocery chains across the U.S. continue to evolve to create more convenient, better quality shopping experiences. The most recent store concept from ShopRite, a 67,000-square-foot “state of the art” location in Cromwell, Connecticut, is heavy on community and experience.

Alongside enhanced prepared food options, the store features space for cooking classes and other culinary demonstrations, as well as a community room. The grocery chain will have a registered dietician on hand to provide complimentary nutrition education to both customers and store employees. ShopRite has integrated pickup and home delivery services into the store's operations, for maximum convenience.

The new store design is also more sustainable than before, with LED lighting and more environmentally friendly refrigeration systems.

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To keep up with speciality retailers and online options, major grocery chains across the U.S. continue to evolve to create more convenient, better quality shopping experiences. The most recent store concept from ShopRite, a 67,000-square-foot “state of the art” location in Cromwell, Connecticut, is heavy on community and experience.

Alongside enhanced prepared food options, the store features space for cooking classes and other culinary demonstrations, as well as a community room. The grocery chain will have a registered dietician on hand to provide complimentary nutrition education to both customers and store employees. ShopRite has integrated pickup and home delivery services into the store's operations, for maximum convenience.