July 14, 2014 at 6:42 PM
BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Garden of Eden Marketplace located at 501 Springfield Ave., which originally was slated to close its doors on Sunday, July 13, will instead remain open.
A survey was conducted through articles with TAPinto.net sites as well as well as Facebook and email blasts and the results came back that the custumers want Garden of Eden to stay put in Berkeley Heights.
“We’ve read survey answers and comments that our customers were kind enough to give us, and we are working on creating more value. We’re open, and we’re focusing on lowering prices on the everyday staple items that you need. Our goal is for people who shop here to feel that they don’t have to make another stop at a second grocery store. Gas costs money, so why should our customers waste it driving around from our store to another one?” said store General Manager Robert Roca.
Garden of Eden specializes in gourmet, organic and natural foods that promotes health and wellness. The store also stocks grocery items such as paper towels, cleaning products and hair care products.
For the customers that live withing a 10-mile radius of the store, Garden of Eden provides a grocery delivery service at no extra cost for orders of $50 or more.
To continue the growth of its customer base, Garden of Eden will be implementing a reward program for existing customers that bring new customers to the store. A discount will be applied to both the new and old customers at check out when both do their shopping in the store.
“Our customers have told us how much they value our store, and that we need to do more to spread the word about what we offer and specialize in. So, we’re going to start with a program that directly rewards our existing customers for helping us do just that. We’ll be announcing the specific details shortly,” said Rosa.