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Business Description
In 1883, Barney Kroger, with only $372, opened a grocery store in downtown Cincinnati. More than 120 years later, as the supermarket business has evolved into a variety of formats aimed at satisfying the ever-changing needs of shoppers, Kroger has grown to over 2,500 stores in 31 states under two-dozen banners and annual sales of more than $66 billion. Today, Kroger ranks as one of the nation s largest retailers. Kroger has pioneered many innovations in the supermarket industry. During the 1930s, it was the first grocery chain to monitor product quality and test foods. In 1972, Kroger became the first grocery retailer in America to test an electronic scanner. It was installed in a store in suburban Cincinnati. Technology plays an important role in Kroger s store operations, with more than 1,600 Kroger stores offering self-checkout. Kroger spans many states with store formats that include grocery and multidepartment stores, convenience stores and mall jewelry stores. Among the brands it operates are Fred Meyer, Ralphs, Fry s, Baker s, Food4Less, KwikStop and Tom Thumb. Kroger is headquartered in Cincinnati, and maintains a presence in Grove City, Ohio.
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Regular Hours

Payment method
amex, discover, master card, visa, cash, check
Location
Grove City Plz
Categories
Gas Stations, Grocery Stores, Supermarkets & Super Stores, Pharmacies
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Bike Parking: Yes

Price Range : Average

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02/26/2011

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Manager's Special: Rotten Meat!!!

I got tired of looking at the rotting meat on the shelves of the meat dept. I could understand if management designated a small spot for discounted aging meat but keep it in a corner! Don't let that nasty slimy, browned, blackened, greened, spoiling meat sit among the fresher portions. I kid you not! When I moved back to town, I shopped at this store for a few weeks (before I quit doing so) and everything from beef, pork, chicken, and seafood was discolored. And not just a few packages, no. I was shocked, in total disbelief that they would be willing sell that nasty stuff. Is Kroger in such hard times that they must sell rotting food to cut losses? And get this, they slap "Manager's Special" on the rotting meat. Right, rotten food, what a special (sarcasm detected, yes?) I've found other places to shop for meat and won't bother with Kroger anymore.

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