Generally, we do not buy a whole lot of processed foods and stick to the areas on the perimeter of the grocery store. When we do go in the aisles, usually it is to get something in the natural and health foods section. Initially we were drawn to this Kroger because this section was fairly large and comprehensive. I am one of those people who makes a weekly list and menu according to what's on sale to save money and avoid rotting produce so when I go in there and half of the fresh vegetables are out of stock or go bad tomorrow or have been expired for a week or more (i.e. containers of lettuce), I can't do my shopping. This has been my experience with this Kroger on several occasions. More often than not, the buggy returns are overflowing into the parking lot with almost no buggies to be found inside. I've complained several times about the poor stocking and expired goods, and well, nothing has changed.