A discount grocery chain plans to open its first New Jersey store this fall, reports said.
Grocery Outlet is moving into vacated Kmart space in Mercer County, according to JerseyDigs.com.
Kmart closed its former Hamilton Township store in December 2019.
Based in San Francisco, Grocery Outlet will replace the former Kmart in Hamilton Plaza at 1061 White Horse Ave.
Grocery Outlet stores are best known on the West Coast, but the chain began opening stores in Pennsylvania, after buying Amelia’s Grocery chain about 10 years ago, Jack Reilly, Grocery Outlet's real estate director, told JerseyDigs.com.
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