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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 store in Nashville, Tenn.

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Gas Stations, Grocery Stores, Supermarkets & Super Stores
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Bike Parking: Yes

Price Range : Average

Parking: Lot, Private

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New to Augusta....Find the stores very inconsistant.

When I lived in Louisville, KY I shopped now where but Kroger. I have found the stores here are not all on the same level. The one on Washington Road in Augusta has the nicest most helpfull employees, and you need it since the layout of the store seems to be constantly changing. I have found the coustermers and the employees at the store in Evan to be the most self centered rude people I have met since moving here....I will not be back to that store.



employee at New Lexington,Ohio

there is a man that works at the New Lexington store and i think he is management and i've been told that his name is Jim,he follows me around the store like i'm going to steal something and he follows other people because i have seen him and i've had friends tell me about it.

i'm an old lady and have never taken anything in my life,this guy is wierd and makes me very uncomfortable doing my shopping and i heard him talk mean to one woman while she was shopping,it's hard to tell how many people he has talked mean to so me and my friends have decided not to go back to a kroger store.

in the past we have spent a lot of money doing our shopping but no more,you really need to do something about him.

Anne S.


quality varies widely

Krogers are generally decent stores but quality can range widely according to the store. Some seem to have better computers than others, and the ones that don't can have mistakes on products that are supposed to be on sale. Their "sale" items are sometimes really not that much cheapter than regular prices, but you can find deals if you know what you are doing.

Bc D.


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Good - not great. Clean and neat enough but nothing to make me get excited about.



Great meat department.Clean an...

Great meat department.Clean and well organized. Weekly ads are fantastic.



Not the very best anymore

Even though this store has great people it doesn't seem to have the choices it used to have before the renovation

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