ShopRite Student Shopperâ„¢: In-Store Field Trip (Part 2)

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ShopRite Student Shopper™ - In-Store Field Trip (Part 2)


Armed with a shopping list and the knowledge to distinguish between healthy and "sometimes foods," students shop for the ingredients for a healthy snack within their local ShopRite store.

Your group must have booked and participated in the Part 1 - Ambassador at School portion of this program before you will be allowed to book the Part 2 - In Store Field Trip.

Students also participate in a scavenger hunt and other hands-on activities including:

• Estimate the weight of, and verify using scales, different food items needed for a healthy snack.

• Determine the price per unit to make budget-friendly decisions.

• Read nutrition labels to determine the exact amount of nutrients in a food item.

• Discuss what influences people’s food choices in a grocery store.

Activity: Search for foods that contain whole grains, practice fractions using items from bakery


Supports Learning Standards

All Field Trip Factory programs are grade/age appropriate and align with national/local learning standards. (See the program and highlights flyers for more details - available in the Resources Tab above)


Age Range & Duration

Grades 3 - 8 | Approximately ~ 60 minutes


Group Size Limit

7 - 35 Students
(Individual stores may vary group size accomodations - see booking form details)



FREE   (You are responsible for transportation for your group to/from the store location)


How to Book the In-Store Field Trip (Part 2)

Book and participate in Part 1 - Ambassador at School

• Work with the visiting Ambassador during their Part 1 - At School visit to agree upon a date/time for your in-store field trip, if possible

• Call Field Trip Factory at 800.987.6409 when ready to schedule; Please have your Reference Number from your Part 1 booking for reference

• The Field Trip Factory Call Center will input your booking into the system during your call and trigger automated booking confirmations for Part 2


" This trip offered learning opportunities across the curriculum. Beyond touching on standards associated with health & wellness, the activities engaged our students in mathematics and financial literacy while challenging them to utilize critical thinking skills in decision making. It was a well organized event and the staff of Shop Rite were a pleasure to work with. "

Craig V.
Springfield Township Elementary School
Hainesport, NJ


>> Book this experience!




→ This is PART 2 of a two part experience; Your group must book and participate in this "Part 1 - Ambassador at School" before you will be allowed to book the "Part 2 - In Store" visit

→ Be sure to check out the pre/post field trip activity sheets located in the Resources Tab above

→ Participation by store location may vary; please see associated store notes on the booking form for locations

Code of Conduct:

• Please let FTF know if you cannot make the scheduled day/time.

• Always let us know if your group size is changing.

• Please make sure that you have at least 1 adult chaperone for every 8 students in your group AND that chaperones are ready to help the field trip leader, if needed.

• Please call FTF with special requests - Do NOT add them in notes where they may go unseen by the store contact.

• Please arrange transportation to avoid last minute conflicts and cancellations.

About ShopRite

ShopRite Student ShoppersShopRite is the registered trademark of Wakefern Food Corp., a retailer-owned cooperative, based in Keasbey, NJ and the largest supermarket cooperative in the United States. With more than 260 ShopRite supermarkets located throughout New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Delaware and Maryland, ShopRite serves more than six million customers each week. A long-time supporter of key community efforts, ShopRite is dedicated to fighting hunger in the communities it serves. Through its ShopRite Partners In Caring program, ShopRite has donated $38 million to 1,700 worthy charities and food banks since the program began in 1999. As a title sponsor of the LPGA’s ShopRite Classic, ShopRite has raised more than $27 million for local schools, hospitals and community groups. Progressive Grocer named ShopRite its 2011 Retailer of the Year and Supermarket News awarded ShopRite its 2011 Retail Excellence Award. For more information, please visit: