NJ.com: Farm Stores Expands Into Two New Jersey Counties
NJ.com: Farm Stores Expands Into Two New Jersey Counties

Drive-thru convenience store plans to open new locations in New Jersey in Union and Somerset.

Farm Stores, the drive-thru grocery, bakery, and quick-service restaurant is expanding into New Jersey, with room to add 100 locations over the next 10 years.

According to NJ.com, ideally sometime within the next six months New Jersey parents will be able to avoid the time suck of going to a standard grocery store and will instead be able to get everything they need on the go.

"We really think that the challenging pace of New Jersey and the climate that we have here, it would do very well for people to be serviced from the comfort of their car," said Farm Stores Area Representative Joe D’Albero.

Moms on the move are the target market for Farm Stores, and the brand finds that they embrace the accessibility to its wide array of products created by the drive-thru option.

"We're hyper-focused on Mom," Farm Stores COO, Maurice Bared said. "Seventy-five percent of our customer base is female."