Entenmann’s bakery outlet shuts down in Wayne

WAYNE — The Entenmann’s outlet retail outlet on Riverview Drive has forever closed, a corporation spokesman said.

The retailer, which opened in the spring of 2013, was hooked up to a business warehouse 200 toes north of the Totowa border. It shut down for the past time on Saturday. 

It was among the three stores operated in New Jersey by Bimbo Bakeries United states of america, the mother or father of Entenmann’s for 13 yrs. The remaining outlets are in Clementon in Camden County and Edison in Middlesex County.

The community outlet marketed Entenmann’s goods and other Bimbo Bakeries merchandise, which includes Arnold breads, Boboli pizza crusts and Thomas’ English muffins, at discounted prices.

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