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Sprouts Farmers Market is planned for Washington Township (Gloucester County) New Jersey, moving into a “to-be-built” new building on Egg Harbor Road.Gloucester County is finally getting a premium organic grocery. “Sprouts”!Washington Township made the news official at noon today, at a formal announcement on site at the Harbor Place Shopping Center.Sprouts will be developed adjacent to the existing center (where Rita’s, Dollar Tree, TD Bank, Brick Grocery are located)Sprouts is a larg...
Sprouts Farmers Market is planned for Washington Township (Gloucester County) New Jersey, moving into a “to-be-built” new building on Egg Harbor Road.
Gloucester County is finally getting a premium organic grocery. “Sprouts”!
Washington Township made the news official at noon today, at a formal announcement on site at the Harbor Place Shopping Center.
Sprouts will be developed adjacent to the existing center (where Rita’s, Dollar Tree, TD Bank, Brick Grocery are located)
Sprouts is a large and rapidly growing premium Natural/Organic healthy grocery chain with over 380 locations in the United States.
They would be Gloucester County’s first national healthy food focused grocery, in a category which also includes Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods.
Sprouts differentiates itself by also putting an emphasis on “fresh”, by making and preparing many grocery category items in the store, when their competition uses significantly more prepackaged product.
As an example, last year Sprouts and their in-store deli went viral on social media for their fresh, made-to-order $5 packed deli sandwich deal. Multiple customer video clips reached over a million views each! It actually increased customer visits and revenue! (GroceryDive.com)
This is bigger than just Washington Township. This is a win for all of Gloucester County.
Having a grocery in this category in the Gloucester County area has been a top item on the “wish list” for decades!
At the 42Freeway Facebook page, so many readers comment on almost every news item “Why cant we get a Sprout’s/Trader Joe’s/Whole Foods?”, that it’s now become a joke comment for many!
And it was Washington Township and shopping center owner MLG Realty, who landed one first!
In South Jersey, Sprouts has had a location in Marlton since 2019, and another location is currently under development in Westmont, Haddon Township. With the Washington Township store they will have a store in each of the three counties; Burlington, Camden and Gloucester.
Interestingly it seems Washington Township is getting a Sprouts before Cherry Hill… although Cherry Hill may already be too crowded in the organic grocery category, with Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s already in that town.
For the planned Washington Township location, the new building will be developed adjacent to the Harbor Place shopping center which is at the corner of Egg Harbor Rd. and Hurffvile-Grenloch Rd. (Where Rita’s Water Ice and TD Bank are located).
The large plot of undeveloped land next to the existing center was previously approved years ago for a shopping center expansion of smaller stores, and will head to the Planning Board soon for an updated approval.
Since the prior plans for the property were already approved for a commercial retail development, the new direction with Sprouts should be a simple approval ammendment.
The Sprouts building is expected to be in the 28,000-30,000 sq ft size, which is smaller than what was previously approved for the site.
It is believe a “pad” site will be made available in the front parking area for an additional smaller business.
There is an existing traffic signal where Salina Rd meets Egg Harbor Road, and at that point an entrance into the Sprouts parking area will be added.
The two shopping centers will also be connected with an access driveway between them
it is very early in the announcement and planning stages, so they have not provided an expected opening date as of yet.
That being said it seems Sprouts is eager to get started on the project and is expect to submit the formal application and site plan to Washington Township in the next few weeks!
The Sprouts Farmers Market grocery stores are focused on natural/organic products, but they still carry an extensive product line.
Sprouts seems to really take healthy eating and shopping to the highest level.
They state that approximately 90% of the 19,000 products they carry are natural or organic.. as well as a large selection of gluten free products.
You will not find the top selling sodas or candies at a sprouts… only healthy eating options!
Similar to their healthy competitors, the stores are a smaller size than a full traditional supermarket…but Sprouts still brings with it the full grocery store experience!
A typical store is about 30,000 square feet whereas new full supermarkets developed in the area most recently were about twice the size.
But they still offer a large selection of fresh produce, a deli with prepared entrees and side dishes, a fish market and a butcher shop as well as a large selection of vitamins and supplements.
Coincidentally I recently stopped at the Marlton location to see what Sprouts Farmers Market was all about… for an article I wanted to put up for the Westmont location which is under construction.
At the time I had no idea I would be using those Marlton store images for an article on a new location in Washington Township! But I soon got a tip from someone in the industry that Sprouts was coming to Gloucester County… so I waited for the official announcement today.
In my visit to Marlton, I found the store to be bright, colorful and inviting, and it was more open and had less of claustrophobic feeling of a full sized supermarket with their rows and rows of tall shelving aisles.
Well that’s because they’re focused on only healthy and organic options.
Well there absolutely are product aisles, but it felt like the largest part of the store’s main floor are in Marlton was featuring fresh produce, prepared foods and lower height shelving.
For the size and shelving style I guess our best comparison would be an Aldi store, but the “theming” of a Sprouts store goes much further than Aldi with eye pleasing interior graphics and store design.
Sprouts literally “walks the talk” of just being the best of everything. Their concerns go way beyond providing the healthiest organic foods.
The Sprouts website features their concerns and governance in areas such as human rights, sustainable palm oil, supplier code of conduct, supply chain transparency, responsibly sourced seafood, animal welfare and more.
They won’t put a product in the store unless it meets their strict requirements… including how the product is grown or made, and also the supplier’s processes behind the scenes.
So again this is very early in the announcement phase although the Sprouts is telling the Township they are submitting their application and site plan in April!
This is a big deal. Sprouts is the type of business which grabs the attention of other businesses which may have previously skipping much of Gloucester County. Let’s hope this is the start of something even greater!
Sprouts Farmers Market Washington Township (Planned)288 Egg Harbor RoadWashington Township NJ 08080
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, Burlington County (WABC) -- The latest wildfire to break out in New Jersey has grown to more than 250 acres and is burning through a section of Washington Township, Burlington County.As of 10 a.m. Wednesday, the fire had consumed 257 acres and was 85 percent contained.Firefighters say the blaze is no longer threatening any structures, and no evacuation orders are in effect.Route 542 is open, but Old Church Road and River Road remained closed.A ...
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, Burlington County (WABC) -- The latest wildfire to break out in New Jersey has grown to more than 250 acres and is burning through a section of Washington Township, Burlington County.
As of 10 a.m. Wednesday, the fire had consumed 257 acres and was 85 percent contained.
Firefighters say the blaze is no longer threatening any structures, and no evacuation orders are in effect.
Route 542 is open, but Old Church Road and River Road remained closed.
A Red Flag Warning issued Tuesday afternoon by the National Weather Service has been expanded to include the entire state of New Jersey through 8 p.m. Wednesday.
The warning means warm temperatures, very low humidity, and stronger winds have combined to produce an increased risk of wildfires.
READ MORE | What is a Red Flag Warning?
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"Dry air, a little bit of a gusty wind, these are all criteria the Weather Service has for us to get into a fire watch or fire warning," Meteorologist Sam Champion said.
The New Jersey Forest Fire Service held a briefing Tuesday on the three major wildfires that ripped across parts of the state in the last week.
Crews have responded to 517 wildfires already this year compared to 373 in the same time period last year.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
The Washington Township Environmental Commission is gearing up for Earth Day and Arbor Day celebrations.Saturday, April 1 to Sunday, April 30 – Exhibit: Climate Change at Margaret E. Heggan Free Public Library, 206 Delsea Dr.- Advertisement -Learn about the effects of climate change, both forecast and observable and both a global scale and more locally, in New Jersey. An exhibit in the “New Books” area describes some of the impacts of increasing temperatures and rising sea levels on hea...
The Washington Township Environmental Commission is gearing up for Earth Day and Arbor Day celebrations.
Saturday, April 1 to Sunday, April 30 – Exhibit: Climate Change at Margaret E. Heggan Free Public Library, 206 Delsea Dr.
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Learn about the effects of climate change, both forecast and observable and both a global scale and more locally, in New Jersey. An exhibit in the “New Books” area describes some of the impacts of increasing temperatures and rising sea levels on health, economy and the natural world. Get leads to additional information and resources, and tips on what you can do to reduce your carbon footprint, and adapt to changes that are already underway.
Monday, April 10 – 7 p.m. – Shorebird Eggstravaganza – Hurffville Fire Co., Main Station, 213 E. Holly Ave.
Brought to you from the Cape May Nature Center by the Environmental Commission, an expert from New Jersey Audubon will present a program on the dependence of migrating shorebirds on horseshoe crab eggs, as they complete their long annual journeys. Learn about different shorebird species, when and where to see them, and some of the threats they face. Register by email to: [email protected], write “Shorebirds” in the subject line, and provide your name and phone number.
Wednesday, April 12 – 10:30 a.m. – Magnificent Monarchs – Margaret E. Heggan Free Public Library, 206 Delsea Dr.
Science Instructor Shannon Hornibrook will teach children all about the life cycle of the Monarch butterfly and how we can help create a better habitat for them. Hands on activities, videos and pictures will have you leaving full of Monarch knowledge. Margaret E. Heggan cardholders only; grades K through 5, with caregiver. Advanced registration required. https://www.hegganlibrary.org.
Sunday, April 16 – 2 p.m. – Fur, Feathers and Scales – Washington Township Municipal Building, 523 Egg Harbor Road, Sewell.
The Margaret E. Heggan Free Public Library is partnering with the Environmental Commission to sponsor this live animal program for children of all ages. Get a better understanding of different animal groups and how their body coverings serve many purposes. See and feel fur, feathers and scales to appreciate the concepts first-hand. Advance registration is required; please call the children’s library at (856) 589-3334, ext. 223.
Monday, April 22 – Earth Day – Celebrate our planet in all her beauty and for all her gifts.
Sunday, April 23 – 10 a.m. to noon – Invasive Species Walk – Washington Lake Park, 626 Hurffville-Crosskeys Road, Sewell.
Walk the trails in the park and learn which plants are native and which need to be removed, and how non-native plants can interfere with the health of our natural forested communities. Lend a hand in removing invasive species. We will provide gloves and some cutters, but bring pruners and loppers if you have them. RSVP to WT[email protected], and provide your name and phone number.
Music at Bunker Hill, a nonprofit music organization based in Washington Township, will hold a concert, Rivers Are Our Brothers: An Earth Day Celebration, at 3 p.m. April 23 at Bunker Hill Presbyterian Church, 330 Greentree Road, Sewell.
Thursday, April 27 – 7 p.m. – The Timeless Connection of People and Trees – Tales from the Wood-Wide Web – Margaret E. Heggan Free Public Library.
We see trees as individuals. But like us, each tree is part of a social network, relying on that network for growth, health and success. The forest network is largely invisible to us, but recent studies show a Wood-Wide-Web (WWW) of relationships. That WWW that has been critical to our survival … has built empires and cartels … inspired revolutions and national conservation movements. Join Erik Mollenhauer as he shares the natural and cultural history of some trees found here in Gloucester County. Advanced registration required: https://www.hegganlibrary.org.
Friday, April 28 – Arbor Day – Have you thanked a tree today?
The Open Space Advisory Committee, Environmental Commission and friends will be planting 30 Atlantic White Cedar seedlings to boost the species’ population in Washington Lake Park.
Saturday, April 29 – 7:30 a.m. – Bird Walk in the Park at Washington Lake Park.
Come out to see and hear our beautiful resident feathered friends and others who are migrating through, with naturalist Marie Hageman. Bring your own binoculars, if you have them, and your enthusiasm. This program is presented in partnership with the Gloucester County Nature Club. Registration not required, but requested, by email to: [email protected], write “Bird Walk” in the subject line, and provide your name and phone number.
Saturday, April 29 – 9 a.m. to noon – Milkweed & Marigold Giveaway – Washington Lake Park, Parking Lot J (near Greentree Road entrance).
Plants for Pollinators. Milkweed is the only food young Monarch butterfly caterpillars eat, and you need some in your garden. Marigolds provide nectar, too, and keep some garden pests away. Pick up free plants and join our Monarch Rescue project.
Sunday, May 7 – 9 a.m. to noon – Washington Township Re-Leaf: Tree Seedling Giveaway, Washington Lake Park, Parking Lot J (near Greentree Road entrance).
As part of the New Jersey Tree Recovery Campaign, residents can pick up trees to replace those destroyed by storms such as Superstorm Sandy or the 2015 microburst, or just to give a new happy home to a healthy tree seedling. The seedlings come with instructions on how to store, care for and plant them. (Trees should be planted within two days after pick up to prevent roots from drying out.) Planting trees can beautify your neighborhood, increase your property value, reduce home cooling costs, remove air pollutants, and provide wildlife habitat. Remember–every leaf counts!
The Creative Team/Painting the Town Project – the township’s art exhibit, Natural Elements, has opened at Rowan College of South Jersey; a companion outdoor exhibit will be installed in Washington Lake Park in early April. Artworks for this pair of exhibits were solicited as interpretations of the music from Rivers Are Our Brothers.
For more information visit https://www.twp.washington.nj.us/.
A house in Sewell that sold for $540,000 tops the list of the most expensive residential real estate sales in Washington Township in the past week.In total, 27 residential real estate sales were recorded in the area during the past week, with an average price of $371,299, $210 per square foot.The prices in the list below concern real estate sales where the title was recorded during the week of July 17 even if the property may have been sold earlier.10. $420,000, detached house at 125 Hurffville RoadThe sale of t...
A house in Sewell that sold for $540,000 tops the list of the most expensive residential real estate sales in Washington Township in the past week.
In total, 27 residential real estate sales were recorded in the area during the past week, with an average price of $371,299, $210 per square foot.
The prices in the list below concern real estate sales where the title was recorded during the week of July 17 even if the property may have been sold earlier.
The sale of the single family residence at 125 Hurffville Road in Blackwood has been finalized. The price was $420,000, and the new owners took over the house in July. The house was built in 1980 and has a living area of 2,016 square feet. The price per square foot was $208. The deal was finalized on Jul. 12.
The property at 149 Bells Lake Road in Blackwood has new owners. The price was $425,000. The house was built in 1964 and has a living area of 1,341 square feet. The price per square foot is $317. The deal was finalized on Jul. 11.
The property at 1009 Putnam Place in Blackwood has new owners. The price was $434,500. The house was built in 1965 and has a living area of 2,089 square feet. The price per square foot is $208. The deal was finalized on Jul. 7.
The sale of the single-family house at 75 Borrelly Blvd., Sewell, has been finalized. The price was $444,000, and the new owners took over the house in July. The house was built in 1983 and has a living area of 2,300 square feet. The price per square foot was $193. The deal was finalized on Jul. 10.
A sale has been finalized for the single-family residence at 19 Indian Birch Road in Blackwood. The price was $450,000 and the new owners took over the house in July. The house was built in 1966 and the living area totals 2,252 square feet. The price per square foot ended up at $200. The deal was finalized on Jul. 12.
The 2,724 square-foot single-family residence at 110 Shire Drive, Sewell, has been sold. The transfer of ownership was settled in July and the total purchase price was $465,000, $171 per square foot. The house was built in 1978. The deal was finalized on Jul. 7.
The 2,220 square-foot single-family home at 113 Wilson Road in Blackwood has been sold. The transfer of ownership was settled in July and the total purchase price was $525,000, $236 per square foot. The house was built in 1986. The deal was finalized on Jul. 11.
The 2,604 square-foot detached house at 83 Wendee Way in Sewell has been sold. The transfer of ownership was settled in July and the total purchase price was $525,083, $202 per square foot. The house was built in 1989. The deal was finalized on Jul. 10.
The property at 140 Mimosa Drive in Sewell has new owners. The price was $540,000. The house was built in 1986 and has a living area of 2,628 square feet. The price per square foot is $205. The deal was finalized on Jul. 11.
A sale has been finalized for the single-family home at 4 Indian Court in Sewell. The price was $540,000 and the new owners took over the house in July. The house was built in 1986 and the living area totals 2,256 square feet. The price per square foot ended up at $239. The deal was finalized on Jul. 7.
Real Estate Newswire is a service provided by United Robots, which uses machine learning to generate analysis of data from Propmix, an aggregator of national real-estate data.
Yesterday July 5th was the opening day of Spilt Milk, a brand new ice cream shop on Fries Mill Road In Washington Township, in the same shopping center as Angelo’s Pizza.I stopped in on opening day and met the Gloucester County owners Brian and Francesca, who gave me the story behind the ice cream shop which has been in the works since 2020!The ice cream shop interior has a cool retro mid-century design to it, but everything about the menu is modern and forward thinking!The couple and crew come up with their own un...
Yesterday July 5th was the opening day of Spilt Milk, a brand new ice cream shop on Fries Mill Road In Washington Township, in the same shopping center as Angelo’s Pizza.
I stopped in on opening day and met the Gloucester County owners Brian and Francesca, who gave me the story behind the ice cream shop which has been in the works since 2020!
The ice cream shop interior has a cool retro mid-century design to it, but everything about the menu is modern and forward thinking!
The couple and crew come up with their own unique ice cream creations such as a Waffle Tree, Cereal Infused Sundaes, and over the top Freak Shakes!
They also offer a large variety of toppings so that you can create your own custom ice cream deliciousness.
Spilt Milk serves Richman’s ice cream, which has been an iconic Philadelphia-made ice cream for over 100 years! They also offer the Philadelphia brand water ice.
And are you familiar with the famous Dole Whip? It is the frozen treat made famous in Disney World. Well you can get it at Spilt Milk!
Or how about vegan soft serve? YES! Honestly that’s something I’ve never heard of!
And a very unique twist to Spilt Milk which will be fully utilized starting in the fall, is that the owners invested in a full kitchen in the back room, where they plan on creating their own baked sweets and pastries, such as cream puffs and other goodies. But those details will wait for the fall as the team is focused on serving delicious frozen treats!
If you’re unfamiliar with the location it’s in the Fries Mill Shopping Center at the corner of Fries Mill Road and Hurfville- ross Keys Rd. Spilt Milk directly next to Sushi Maki, is two units from Angelo’s Pizza… and at the far end sits the long-awaited Factory Donuts building (which I hear is still planning on opening!)
Directly across the intersection at the opposite corner is the very popular Verchio’s Produce stand and deli.
Spilt Milk opens at noon every day, and weekends they close at 10 PM. During the week they close between 9 and 10, depending how busy they are. If there is a crowd of customers still in the store they will stay open later.
Keep scrolling and reading for more details!
Spilt Milk is a place to bring the whole family for a delicious treat… but I really think Grandma and Grandpa will truly get-a-kick out of the brand new shop’s interior!
Brian and Francesca really wanted to take people back to a time before smartphones and social media, and create an interior experience to when fun experiences meant… being with family.
The overall them of the design is “mid-century modern” which describes the design styles of the mid-40s to the mid-60s. In this case the couple used pink and mint green as key accent colors in the space.
The hexagon tiled floor evokes an older style tile, predominantly an off-white but with pink accent tiles.
The pink carries into the tulip style chairs and agate table tops, which feel like they were transported from back from 70 years ago via a time traveling portal!
A large mural of dripping ice cream covers the long wall, also carrying through those mid-century colors.
The counter area is a mint green with pink trim.
You’ll see the photos here in the article to understand the design, but you really have to stop in and check it out because you feel like going through the doorway you’ve been transported through time!
They’ve even set up a small counter area with high top chairs… another element which is truly from an era long gone… the soda jerk ice cream stands of the 50s!
Even the name and logo has been well thought out. Spilt Milk just seems to be a perfect name for an ice cream shop.
And inside the store is a logoed sign perfect for your Instagram moment, to show off your delicious ice cream masterpiece!
The menu at Spilt Milk is varied… offering all of the classic frozen treat options, while alsoextending into some unique varieties.
And as I mentioned, Brian and Francesca have plans to really extend things even further after the core summer ice cream season winds down with all new delicious products that will be made right in the store!
For the classics they feature soft serve and hand dipped ice cream, with a large variety of toppings available… Including cereals.
As mentioned they have Philadelphia brand water ice, Dole Whip and vegan soft serve.
They can make you a delicious gelati which is soft serve flavored with water ice! And don’t forget tasty ice cream sundaes or the classic banana split!
And absolutely they can make a Spilt Milkshake but how about infusing it with your favorite cereal!
Freak shakes or something really interesting. They are served in a 16 oz mason jar with a variety of interesting flavors which extend beyond the serving jar.
Cookie Explosion features vanilla ice cream, Oreos, cookie crumbs, whole cookies, whipped cream, and chocolate syrup… With chocolate jimmies surrounding the top of the glass!
Another Spilt Milk specially are their Waffle Tree ice cream desserts
Have I mentioned they make the waffles fresh in the store?
For the Waffle Trees they take the fresh store-made waffles that are shaped like trees, and lay them on a plate as a bed… to create a delicious ice cream treat above it.
The Banana Nutella Waffle Tree features vanilla ice cream, Nutella, sliced bananas and chocolate drizzle! It looks amazing, and tastes even better!
Or how about a delicious Soft Serve Cereal Sundae, such as the Pebbles and Bam Bam… which features Fruity Pebbles cereal, gummy bears, and strawberry sauce.
And I didn’t even mention the list of other specialty sundaes or the Spilt Swirls!
Well I guess you’ll have to stop in and see for yourself!
Spilt Milk Ice Cream Shop and more245 Fries Mill Rd Unit 3Washington Twp, New Jersey
Spilt Milk opens at noon every day, and weekends they close at 10 PM.
During the week they close between 9 and 10, depending how busy they are. If there is a crowd of customers still in the store they will stay open later.