Wednesday, March 29, 2017

TRV news: Farm Fresh supermarket closed by inspectors

TRV NEWS Lakewood, NJ - The only 24 hour Kosher grocery in Lakewood, Farm Fresh has been closed down until further notice. Inspectors  had some issues and closed it down.  Askanim are working to get the store reopened. A TRV News correspondent spoke with the owner and he stated that the close is only temporary, and he is working to get the store re-opened as soon as possible for the Pesach rush.u

16 comments:

  1. למען ישמעו ויראו! Other stores should take heed.

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  2. Just wondering what was he thinking I mean he advertised it in the publications??

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  3. The political machine will issue a temporary liquor license till after pesach.

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  4. It's not a Hefkervelt out there. Follow laws

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  5. The poop is reporting, that they have a valid liquor license and shut done because of environmental reasons. Sounds like pure hogwash.

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  6. Who is TRV News?

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  7. the news gets worse a school owner was just arrested for their corruption in reporting spending & many other issues. do your own research to get more info. HV they are all over the news just not in the jewish news.

    follow the laws & you wont get yourself into trouble.

    don't know if the school might be closed tomorrow as more security is tightening the building right now.

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    1. So you decided that he is guilty before he has a chance to defend himself. I hope you never get accused of anything. The government can indict anybody.

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  8. Typical commenters and bloggers. Just to bashmutz people without even checking the facts.

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  9. To purchase a liquor license is close to 200K.

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  10. Oh so on a Wednesday afternoon the inspectors had nothing better to do than shut down a store because of "wetlands" Do You Think People Are That stupid?????

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  11. They were snitched on by one of the non jewish liquor stores... Liscence was presented but once they were there they got fined for other violations and cant reopen until they are corrected.

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  12. A license is not something a grocery store pays for and only uses to sell wine before pesach. It's way too expensive. Something is strange.

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  13. Never knew farm fresh sells liquor and I shop there quite often

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  14. From what I heard they used the license from prime 95 which is owned by one if the partners in Farm Fresh. There is a separate entrance for the wine section. Apparently it's not finalized and the inspection found problems.

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  15. That can't be true. Prime 95 (if they have a license) would have an open bottle license which is a different license than what you need to sell closed bottles.

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