DoorDash Available at Wakefern Food Corp. Banners

April 24, 2024 DoorDash

DoorDash, the local commerce platform, is excited to announce service with Wakefern Food Corp., the nation’s largest retailer-owned cooperative. The cooperative members own and operate 365 supermarkets under the ShopRite, Price Rite Marketplace, The Fresh Grocer, Fairway Market, Gourmet Garage, and Dearborn Market banners. Customers can now order groceries and daily essentials on DoorDash from these retail locations.

First Funfetti Ice Cream Cake Product Hits Grocery Stores This Spring

April 23, 2024 Rich Product Corp.

This latest dessert comes from the global, family-owned food company Rich Products’ (Rich’s) market-leading I Love Ice Cream Cakes portfolio. These cakes are currently available within the bakery freezer cases at ShopRite, Publix, Kroger and independent grocery stores across the U.S., with distribution growing weekly.

RoNetco Supermarkets Honored with Peter J. Larkin Community Service Award 

In 2023, the company’s stores raised more than $141,000 during the ShopRite Partners in Caring Campaign, a cooperative-wide annual initiative to raise awareness around food insecurity. The company matched donations with a $30,000 gift to a local food bank.

Phononic and ShopRite Announce Successful Launch of Innovative New Approach to Curbside Grocery Pickup and Delivery

January 26, 2024 Phononic

Phononic, a global leader in sustainable solid state cooling, and ShopRite, the supermarket banner that is part of Wakefern Food Corp., the nation’s largest retailer-owned supermarket cooperative, today announced the successful launch of 2nd Generation ACS (Active Cooling Solutions) Freezer and Refrigerator Totes at a ShopRite location in New York.

ShopRite deal with Price Chopper was Months in the Making

January 12, 2024 Larry Rulison,

When ShopRite notified its workers and state labor officials that it planned to close its five Capital Region stores back in October — resulting in nearly 570 workers losing their jobs — the grocer already had a deal in place for Schenectady-based Price Chopper to acquire the locations, real estate documents recently filed with Albany County show.