A Delaware County, Pa.-based drive-through grocery store chain is expanding to South Jersey.
KYW’s John McDevitt reports that there are already thirteen “Swiss Farms” stores in Delaware County — stores that have a distinctive barn design, complete with silo.
The first drive-through grocery started in Broomall, Pa. in 1968. The newest store will be in Somerdale (Camden County), NJ, along the White Horse Pike near Somerdale Road.
John Betz (at left in photo) is franchisee of the South Jersey store:
“It’s a grocery store at your car door. So whether it’s a rotisserie chicken or a gallon of milk, we are going to have it at your car door in a short amount of time.”
The Somerdale location is scheduled to open the barn door in October. Two more South Jersey locations are in the works.
(Photo #2 by KYW’s John McDevitt)