Grocery stores are convenient. Especially these days with state of the art transportation infrastructure, you can pretty much get any produce that you want regardless of the season. But there's still something special about locally grown food that you just don't get from mass market stores.
If the ShopRite in Lakewood is your weekly grocery destination, starting next week, you'll have to change your route a little bit. The store is closing on Tuesday (April 21st). The company has issued a statement to address community concerns about the closing:
When we go to the grocery store and buy olive oil, we expect it to be...well, oil made from olives. Honey? Same thing there, why would it be anything but honey? But a new report is suggesting that food fraud may be more prevalent than we realize.
If you've paid any attention to Facebook today, you'll probably have seen a lot of posts about runs on milk, eggs, and bread at our local grocery stores (apparently a lot of people are planning to make French toast, maybe).
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