Where is Shoprite Corporate office Headquarters

Shoprite Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 775 US-1, Edison, NJ 08817, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 732-819-0140
  • Fax Number: 732-906-5275
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: December 5, 1946
  • Founder: Independent Grocers
  • Key People: Brett Wing, Kevin C. Mannix

Shoprite Headquarters Location & Directions

Shoprite Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Brett Wing

President

Kevin C. Mannix

Owner of ShopRite of Staten Island

Lynn Logg

Head of Culinary Workshop and Corporate Executive Chef

About Shoprite, History and Headquarters Information

Based in Keasbey, New Jersey, United States, ShopRite, formerly known as Wakefern Foods was incorporated in 1946. In 1951, the company was renamed to ShopRite. A few years later in 1958, they applied a strategy by reducing the costs by 10%; which leveled up the number of customers. By 1996, they introduced a new line of products that consisted of deli meats, cheeses and, Black Bear of the Black Forest; which increased their sales. In 1999, ShopRite started offering an online grocery shopping service on its website, under the name ShopRite from Home.

ShopRite Supermarkets operates the chain of supermarkets in the northeastern United States. They have a variety of products like bakery, beverages, canned and packed, cleaning, dairy, floral, frozen, health and beauty, ingredients, meat, and seafood, office, and pet products. They offer services to more than 6 million customers via more than 250 ShopRite locations. It all started with a small cooperative with eight Members, which has grown leaps and bounds and become the largest retailer of food in New Jersey for almost 70 years and is also acknowledged as number one in the entire New York metropolitan area.  

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  • Datl says:

    The new corporate ShopRite ad showing 2 children pouring flour on the floor and making snow angels is not cute. It is totally irresponsible on behalf of the company. It will give child of that age a great idea to do the same since they have seen it on TV. Is that what the ShopRite brand stands for…..teaching children bad habits. Please put someone in marketing that understands building a solid brand instead of immature ads.

     
  • Patti A. says:

    I would like to know why Shop-Rite is one of the only supermarkets that start the sale circular on Sundays? For many years the other stores sales start Friday or Saturday. Now that I shop at Shop-Rite, it’s very annoying that I shop on Saturday and the sales start Sunday.

     
  • C C Corenti says:

    Port Jefferson NY store
    I went there this morning and the person working self checkout (Diana, older woman with brown hair and blonde streaks) and manager of the store (name unknown but brown hair and blue polo shirt) were so rude and disrespectful. The manager did not care that I was treated like I was unintelligent by the woman working self checkout. I was spoken down to and treated in a very condescending manner after asking a simple question regarding a coupon and my final amount owed. I left the store very upset and am not one to complain but I do not deserve leaving a grocery store trip feeling useless and disrespected.

     
  • Tawanda Brooks says:

    i need to get in touch with shoprite head quarter for jersey city new jersey can you please point me in that direction thank you so much

     
  • Judy Craven Bristol PA says:

    I would like to commend an employee of the Fairless Hills Pa store named Will. I order groceries at Shoprite from home and many times Will is the delivery person. He calls ahead of the delivery as I requested so I can get to the door as I use a walker and need a little time. He is polite and professional. He is patient also because I like to verify the items delivered against the order I placed on line. I love my Shoprite store but cannot walk around too long anymore so is is great convenience to shop this way and a pleasure to have good service provided by the employee delivering my order.

     
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