BJ’s Grand Opening for the Public this Weekend

bjFollowing last week’s ‘community celebration’ grand opening, the new BJ’s Wholesale Club in Howell located at U.S. Highway 9 and Lanes Mill Road is hosting a grand opening celebration this weekend that includes food and beverage sampling, balloon artists and face painters.

Shoppers can discover the growing selection of organic and all-natural foods, kosher products, BJ’s exclusive, high-quality Wellsley Farms and Berkley Jensen brands, fresh bakery, full-service deli, propane, BJ’s Gas® and BJ’s Optical® Department and much more.

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  1. If they could add some חלב ישראל dairy products it will be a nice idea. Otherwise I will have to continue going to Costco. What a shame…

  2. I went expecting a large kosher selection but was dissapointed. very few kosher bread products, only a handful of kosher poultry pruducts and no kosher cheese. the few kosher products were scattered in a few small areas. I’ll stick with shoprite/costco for now.

  3. They have cholov yisrael cheesecakes that are heavenly, and very cheap. The brand is called gevinni and has a heimish hechsher. 34 oz for about 12 bucks

  4. Bjs has a lot of packaged parve bakery products kosher pizza pickles salads knishes chicken blintzes and I heard they are working on other offerings

  5. I hear they plan on havimg kosher chicken. Thats a plus over costco. But verses costco retum policy i choose costco. (Unless there is large kosher line)

  6. I’m sure that they will have a huge kosher section soon, they didn’t know because this is the first one they opened among bnei torah, I don’t think Brooklyn has a BJ’s yet.
    We should let them know that when it comes Pesach (Passover) they are michuyev to sell their chumetz because the over 250 BJ’s stores are now owned by a yid, Leonard Green a Los Angeles billionaire.

  7. Costco much better. Just wasted 50 bucks. The way they check out is moronic. Conveyer belt way to short. They just dint get it. Also they need a kosher consultant. Not just to develope a better line of kosher products but also to lump package kosher products. Take the wise pot chips mixed together with unkosher wise products…..

  8. As I understand it, there is a wonderful new Shop Rite coming to the “Hobby Lobby” shoping center on Rt. 9 They will be catering to the local Jewish community.

  9. Yet another example of having to leave Lakewood to find decent shopping, services, entertainment, dining, etc… I hear even ShopRite is planning to move out of Lakewood… Sad…

  10. You have 99% of the stores in lakewood and are taking shop rite . You’re crying a river over the kosher section in BJ’s . . Oh please so sad

  11. The big box stores may have an advantage in price, but the local merchant will always have the edge on service and selection. Just my opinion, but I’d rather spend a few more shekels and be sure of what I’m buying.

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