CHERRY HILL, N.J. -- A ShopRite unit here is one of four area stores that introduced a wedding registry last month to promote nonfood and other grocery items. Customers can order one or more themed baskets, each containing about 20 to 25 items, from a list of basics needed to set up a new household. ShopRite units in Mount Laurel, Marlton and Delran ran the program as well. "We wanted to try something a little different, and this seemed ideally suited for wedding or shower gifts," said ...
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