Last week ShopRite was scheduled to open its first location in the Albany, N.Y., market after vacating the area decades ago. The store, a 55,000-square-foot location in the town of Niskayuna that had once been a Grand Union, was opened by ShopRite Supermarkets, the Wakefern Food Corp. subsidiary that operates the company’s 30 corporately owned ShopRites. “This was a great location for us to take over,” Dave Figurelli, president of ShopRite Supermarkets, told SN. “We feel we have a lot to ...

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