ShopRite of Livingston has created a bulletin board display of healthy breakfast choices that make it easy for shoppers to make the right choices when planning weekly menus. In addition, they work in many ways with the local community, such as with Girl Scout troops, pictured, to encourage a healthy lifestyle.
ShopRite of Livingston Promotes Healthy Eating
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