Farm Stores drive-thru grocery stores are popping up everywhere.

Farm Stores is America's largest and original grocery drive-thru, according to It's a franchise business with "new" locations in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and more.

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The grand opening of the farm Stores drive-thru was just about two years ago for the one in Toms River on Rt. 37, next to the Wawa.

Sue Moll, Townsquare Media
Sue Moll, Townsquare Media

I've tried to get something from there and it was closed at 11:00 am on a Wednesday. So, I was wondering the same thing, so many of you are wondering. Is it closed? Are there only certain days that it's open? Maybe they're short on workers? It stinks, though to go to a business and they're always closed.

There for a while, Farm Stores were popping up and how about this one in Beachwood. I didn't know about the one coming to Beachwood. On their website, Farm Stores Beachwood, coming soon at 315 Atlantic City Blvd. Beachwood, NJ. That was about a year ago, coming soon. It's all painted and looks ready to go in Beachwood.

In front of the store in Beachwood, it says for sale. After a little bit of research, I found that the franchise is for sale, the building looks like it's ready to open on Rt. 9 in Beachwood.

It's been several years now waiting for this Farm Store to come to Beachwood.

Did you try the Farm Store Drive-thru in Toms River. The Farm Stores grocery drive-thru is red and looks like a small barn. They're known for their fresh bread and freshly squeezed orange juice, and all your grocery needs.

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