A revamped prepared foods section is among the highlights of a $10 million renovation at the ShopRite grocery store in Flemington, New Jersey.

Prepared food items at the store, which will have a reopening ceremony Sept. 10, will be sold at their own checkout, and shoppers have the option of enjoying their purchases in a new 30-seat café.

In addition to a new salad bar stocked with locally grown and seasonal produce, prepared food offerings at the renovated ShopRite feature dishes made by in-house chefs, including chicken francaise, roasted vegetable couscous and grilled asparagus.

Rotisserie chickens, sushi, sandwiches and gourmet pizzas also are on the menu.

Other upgrades at the store include more organic and gluten-free products; a new roof; energy-efficient LED lighting; and environmentally-friendly refrigerated cases.

The store is one of five in New Jersey and Pennsylvania owned by the ShopRite of Hunterdon County group of ShopRite stores.

ShopRite is a retailers’ cooperative whose 48 affiliates operate more than 296 stores on the East Coast.  Keasbey, New Jersey-based Wakefern Food Corp. is ShopRite’s parent company.