So it looks like that after less than 8 months after opening, SuperFresh is already closing its doors. Plainsboro deserves better! I took these pictures this afternoon at SuperFresh and think they speak for themselves.
Onyx said the store is expected to open in the next few months. Cantu added that the store is also planning to offer small prepared food stations within the store for people who want to stop and get something to eat. The mayor lauded the store and believes it will be successful in its new spot.
Town officials are hoping that the store fares better than the previous tenant, the SuperFresh, which opened in March,and was closed by October. Another supermarket to try that location — also a SuperFresh — closed in Plainsboro Plaza in The store, which was owned and operated by Kevin Kim, a Bergen County resident who had several other supermarkets, was part of the Key Food Store Cooperative, a national chain.
The store is projected to open in the next several months. Asian Food Markets, which is relocating from a smaller Plainsboro store at Princeton Meadows Shopping Center where it has served the Plainsboro market for over 15 years, will occupy the property's anchor space that previously housed SuperFresh. Asian Food Markets was founded in with a single location in Edison, N.
It's very clean and has a great prepared food section. The staff is friendly and they have a couple free sample stations to find new favorites. I've only been once so far and they had lots of fruit samples out.
Brunelli said the grocery store leased the 43,square-foot anchor space at the Plainsboro Plaza Shopping Center, which is owned by Onyx Equities. The plaza is expected to open in the next few months. Asian Food Markets, which is relocating from a smaller store in Plainsboro, will occupy the space previously housed by SuperFresh.
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I was just in this shopping center today, and the store is shut down. Apparently it lasted less than 8 months. Kevin Kim doesn't know how to run stores anyway.