What's New in South Jersey?

by Staff | Aug 10, 2023
What's New in South Jersey?
Every week, we hear about new things coming and going all around South Jersey. Whether it be a new restaurant, store or exhibit, our region continues to be a hub for all things new and exciting!

 

After sitting empty since the start of the pandemic, Factory Donuts has announced plans to finally open their Washington Township location—but with a twist. The store will open as ChickCoDo and serve both store-made donuts and a variety of chicken offerings. The anticipated opening is expected in less than two months. 

Auto care business Dynamic Tint is on the move. They’ve recently announced that they will consolidate their Williamstown location into one building recently occupied by Creative Furniture Galleries in Washington Township. Despite currently hosting a closing sale, township officials have said Creative Furniture is aiming to relocate elsewhere in town.

Mochiatsu will begin to serve Korean corn dogs and Mochi Donuts after taking over the former Cricket Mobile storefront off Delsea Drive in Glassboro. This will be the brand’s first South Jersey location but their thirteenth overall.

Campbell’s Soup Company spent $2.7 billion dollars to acquire Sovos Brands, the parent company of brand names such as Rao’s sauce and Noosa yogurt. Both Campbell and Rao’s headquarters are based in New Jersey, making this move one that Campbell’s CEO and President Mark Clouse says “fits perfectly with and accelerates [the] strategy of focusing on one geography, two divisions and select key categories that [the company] knows well.”

Scores Sneaker Boutique recently celebrated their grand opening in Collingswood. Their first customer received a free pair of Panda Dunks which accompanied in-store raffles and giveaways.

Cacia's Bakery is in the process of relocating their Audubon location after issues made the property untenable. Their new location in Haddonfield is expected to open in early fall. 

Zaddy's Roast Sandwiches just opened in Mount Holly equipped with a nicely, naturally lit dining room. The new restaurant offers brisket, pulled pork, sausage, meatballs and more.

After seeing success at their May Fair “soft launch,” Mercantile 1888 in Collingswood has opened a stocked mocktail bar. This bar offers zero proof cocktails and “drinks” for kids, offering a family-friendly experience for parents or those who practice sobriety. 

The Bank of America Plaza in Mount Laurel will be welcoming two new businesses: Mochiatsu Mochi Donuts and Take Five coffee shop. Mochiatsu, which also has another location planned for Glassboro, will take over what once was Sunflour’s storefront while Take Five will replace The Florist. Sunflour Bakeshop will be relocating to Marlton but an opening date has not been announced.

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