After the Westwood location shutters, the retailer – which once operated more than 2,000 sites in the U.S. – will have only two nationwide.
The entities that scooped up the rights to the bankrupt Bed Bath & Beyond subsidiaries have plans to reopen some stores, including in New Jersey.
The bubblegum pink vehicle will be parked Aug. 19, selling treats and merchandise during a back-to-school celebration hosted by site owner Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust.
The complete remodel is part of the corporation’s $75 million investment to update 11 locations in New Jersey over the next two years.
According to the popular shopping destination, the installation will help reduce carbon emissions as well as provide the local community with nutritious food options.
The e-commerce giant, which had paused expansion of its supermarket banner, is relaunching the business with several changes. However, a refresh date for New Jersey's only location in Paramus is unclear.
The retailer – which tested the pilot program in several states including New Jersey, said the ability to order curbside coffee was one of shoppers' biggest requests.
“We are extremely pleased to welcome an industry leader of Josh Burris’ stature and experience to The Vitamin Shoppe in this new position of advisory board member," said Lee Wright, head of the Secaucus-based nutritional retailer
The e-commerce giant denied allegations by the U.S. Department of Labor regarding a Logan Township fulfillment center.
After a program testing the use of a return system in South Jersey ends this fall, the results will be used to help explore how to bring the circular solution to a national level.
The litigation comes as the company reportedly adjusts its bankruptcy exit plan after struggling to meet financial projections.
After less than a year as chief financial officer, Sheamus Toal is taking on more responsibility with the Secaucus-based company.