UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- ShopRite here has opened a semi-attached kosher superstore for the Passover season. The 5,000-square-foot store features about 1,000 grocery products, which are displayed in pallets and dump bins. The store was originally planned to be used for a separate retail outlet, possibly a Radio Shack, according to a source familiar with the program. When it remained unused, ShopRite, a member of the Wakefern Corp., Elizabeth, N.J., decided to lease it throughout the Jewish ...

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