ShopRite was proud to work with longtime partner Chobani to deliver 18,000 cups of freshly made Greek yogurt recently to Fulfill in Neptune, NJ. In May, ShopRite and Chobani delivered 123,000 cups of yogurt to The Community FoodBank of New Jersey in Hillside, NJ.
ShopRite and Procter & Gamble Partner with ProCamps to Host Virtual Guest Teacher Series
Procter & Gamble and ShopRite have partnered with ProCamps to host a Virtual Guest Teacher series that brings professional athletes into distance learning classrooms. Each participating pro will conduct a live, interactive virtual class on ShopRite's Facebook page. New Jersey's own Christie Rampone, a World Cup champion, will teach the next class on Tuesday, May 26 at 12 p.m.
The Press of Atlantic City features George Fabrizio, manager of the ShopRite of Galloway, as a frontline worker. Don't forget to thank an essential worker by posting a note of gratitude at ShopRite’s www.EssentialThanks.com. For each thank-you note posted through the website, ShopRite will donate one dollar to regional food banks for COVID-19 relief efforts, up to $500,000.
The ShopRite of Paramus and ShopRite of Rochelle Park donated 10,000 face masks to Hackensack University Medical Center to help meet the extraordinary increase in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. The masks will go directly to the doctors, nurses, and hospital staff to help in their fight on the front lines of the pandemic.
Funds will help local food banks respond to increased need for food and essentials during crisis. The donation will be divided among 30 food banks across the nine-state trading area of supermarket banners ShopRite, Price Rite Marketplace and The Fresh Grocer.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the retailer-owned cooperative adopts protective measures, including temperature monitoring for associates. Pictured left: a social distancing floor marker at ShopRite.
ShopRite of Oregon Avenue COO Jennifer Colligas-Moyer wanted social distancing to be a bit more beautiful at her store. She partnered with Mural Arts Philadelphia to create artistic “Safety Pads” that boldly show what six feet apart at the stores really should look like.
Leticia White sings her heart out as she encourages customers to follow proper social distancing guidelines. A longtime associate at the ShopRite of Paramus, Leticia is working hard during the current crisis to lift spirits. The Star-Ledger took notice and reported on her good work.
Wakefern Food Corp. is proud to help New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy's office secure trailers to transport hospital equipment during the coronavirus outbreak. We're honored to have a hand in helping our healthcare workers who are on the front lines.