As part of an effort to support $1.2 million in capital investments, Kroger splits its Southwest division into two divisions.
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Kroger's VP for corporate affairs, Lynn Marmer, plans to retire in early 2016, after 18 years with the company.
A recent survey conducted by the Private Label Manufacturers Association revealed that private label products offered significant savings.
Procter & Gamble is joining The Kroger Co. as a retail partner for this year’s Cincinnati Music Festival, the nation’s second-largest annual R&B music festival, on July 24 and 25.
Kroger will establish new five-year sustainability goals later in 2015, CEO says.
The Little Clinic, now located inside select Wichita-area Dillon stores, is working with Via Christi Health to provide convenient routine health care services to patients in the Wichita community, the clinic operator announced.
FlapJacked, a company known for its protein-filled pancake mixes, announced Thursday that it will add Mighty Muffins, a gluten-free, non-GMO, protein fortified snack with added probiotics, to its portfolio.
COO Mike Ellis started with Fred Meyer at 16 as a parcel clerk and over the ensuing 40 years served in many operations roles.
Crazy Foam, a 3-in-1 body wash, shampoo and conditioner featuring cartoon characters, will return to shelves after a decades-long hiatus.
The largest supermarket operator in the United States is on fire, so it makes sense that the Kroger Co. approved its first stock split in 16 years and a 13.5% dividend increase.