The ShopRite here in North Bergen is a pretty bland store. There's nothing really wrong with it, but it sure was a letdown after visiting the Food Bazaar for the first time. According to Styertowne, this location has been in business since the 1960s, but was renovated around 1998. It's currently owned and operated by the Inserra family, whose stores I am not a huge fan of (although that might be changing, as I visit some of their newer stores). This particular store does not look to have been renovated since that 1998 remodel, and it's beginning to show its age.
As with many Inserras, there is an entrance/exit combo on either side of the store. The left side will bring you first to bakery/hot food, the right side will bring you to dairy/frozen.
Both produce and deli/seafood are located underneath these cool lit ceilings. They would be significantly cooler if all the lights actually worked.
ACME Super Saver of the 1970s, since (1) they didn't look that old and (2) the color scheme is all wrong. However, I really have no idea what Super Saver they might be from!
So I don't really know what to say about this ShopRite. If you've been to pretty much any other Inserra store, it's virtually identical. It was a little bit of a mess, but maybe I was there on a bad day. But the prices were great, of course, and it was fairly clean. I don't know that it's worth a trip for itself.
ShopRite3147 Kennedy Blvd, North Bergen, NJ 07306
Open Daily 7AM-Midnight
My Rating: ★★☆☆☆