I love Price-Rite. I know I've said this before, but I feel like I can't say it enough. While I don't buy everything at Price-Rite, it is so conveniently located to our house and I typically need to re-stock on produce every few days, so this is perfect for our family. I like to shop in the mornings, the crowds are light and the shelves are full! They have such a great selection of unusual and fresh fruits and vegetables. On a regular basis they have (while in season): blood oranges, guava, papaya, peppers, parsnips, celeriac, ginger, brussels sprouts, sugar peas, greens, citrus, leeks, fennel, etc. Some things I haven't tried yet, but we try to sample unusual things when we can. We've had: golden kiwi (really tasty), prickly pear (eh), paw-paw (good, but kind of strange), lychee (just plain strange), and purple bananas (tasted exactly like the Cavendish variety).
I don't purchase meat, eggs, or dairy at Price-Rite, as I prefer local vendors for these things. I do buy my "dry goods" here: cereals, baking ingredients, spices (great selection and very inexpensive), chobani, frozen veggies, juices, kashi granola bars and crackers, and bread. They also have an amazing half of an aisle devoted to Italian specialties (pastas, sauces, canned artichokes, vinegars, pine nuts, capers, instant espresso, ladyfingers, etc). I try not to stock too many snacks in our house, instead encouraging our kids to eat fruits and veggies (some days I'm more successful than others). I save at least half as opposed to shopping at our local grocery store, Giant.
I took a few pictures of the produce section. This was on a morning trip, probably around 10am or so. The store was spotless, the produce was stocked beautifully and I couldn't help myself, I had to document it. Thankfully no one saw me, I'm sure I looked pretty stupid!