CAMDEN, N.J. — ShopRite on Tuesday unveiled plans to build a new store here, described as the first new supermarket in Camden in more than 30 years. The store, to be located in a 20-acre development known as Admiral Wilson Plaza, will be owned and operated by Supermarkets of Cherry Hill, a Cherry Hill, N.J.-based member of the Wakefern Food Corp. cooperative run by the Ravitz family. The Ravitz group operates five other ShopRites in New Jersey. The Goldenberg Group, Blue Bell, Pa., ...

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