Kroger This Week Savings, valid 2/22 - 2/28/2017: $0.99 lb With Card Pork Boston Butt; $1.48 With Card Del Monte Mag Cantaloupes; $7.99 lb With Card Boneless New York Strip Steaks; $2.79 lb With Card Center-Cut Pork Chops; $4.99 lb With Card Boneless Chuck Roast; $1.99 lb With Card Mixed Pork Chops; $4.99 lb With Card Simple Truth Natural Boneless Chicken Breasts; $1.99 lb With ... [ View Ad ]
Kroger This Week Savings, valid 2/15 - 2/21/2017: $1.99 lb With Card Perdue Boneless Chicken Breasts or Thighs; $5.99 lb With Card Half Boneless New York Strip; $6.99 lb With Card Snow Crab Clusters; $0.98 With Card Red, Yellow or Orange Bell Peppers; $1.99 lb With Card Mixed Pork Chops; $4.99 lb With Card Boneless Eye of Round or Bottom Round Roast; $3.49 lb With Card Fresh ... [ View Ad ]
Kroger This Week Savings, valid 2/7 - 2/14/2017: $1.79 lb With Card Boneless Pork Loin; $0.99 lb With Card Heritage Farm Split Chicken Breasts, Drumsticks or Thighs; $4.99 lb With Card Angus Boneless Top Sirloin Steaks; $1.68 lb With Card Red or White Seedless Grapes; $1.99 lb With Card Asparagus; $39.99 Dozen Rose Arrangements; $2.99 Valentine's Day Balloons; Buy 1, Get 1 Free ... [ View Ad ]
Kroger This Week Savings, valid 2/1 - 2/7/2017: $0.78 With Card Hass Avocados; $3.99 lb With Card Beef Shoulder Roast; $6.99 lb With Card Half Boneless Ribeye; $2.99 With Card Kroger or Private Selection Bacon; $3.99 With Card California Pizza Kitchen or DiGiorno Pizza; $6.99 lb With Card Snow Crab Clusters; $2.99 lb With Card Simple Truth Natural Chicken Breasts or Boneless ... [ View Ad ]
Kroger This Week Savings, valid 1/25 - 1/31/2017: $0.79 lb With Card Heritage Farm Whole Fryer; $1.99 lb With Card Asparagus; $2.77 lb With Card Center Cut Pork Chops; $5.99 With Card Starbucks Coffee Bags, 10-12 oz or K-Cups 6-10 ct or Maxwell House Coffee, 22-30.6 oz Can; $5.99 With Card Lindt Lindor Strawberry & Cream Truffles; $3.59 With Card Hot Wheels Monster Jam ... [ View Ad ]
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The Kroger Co. is an American retailer founded by Bernard Kroger in 1883 in Cincinnati, Ohio. It reported US$90.4 billion in sales for fiscal year 2012 (ending January 28, 2012). It is the country’s largest grocery store chain, its second-largest general retailer by revenue, and fourth-largest retailer in the world (surpassing Germany-based Metro AG in 2012), according to Deloitte. As of 2010, Kroger operated, either directly or through its subsidiaries, 3,574 stores.
Kroger’s headquarters are in downtown Cincinnati. It maintains markets in 31 states, with store formats that include supermarkets, hypermarkets, department stores, convenience stores, and mall jewelry stores. Kroger-branded grocery stores are located throughout the Midwestern and Southern United States. Kroger also is parent to several “banner” chains: under the following banners: Baker’s, City Market, Dillons, Fry’s Food & Drug, Gerbes Super Markets, Harris Teeter, Jay C, King Soopers, Kroger, Owen’s, Pay Less Super Markets, QFC, Ralphs, Scott’s and Smith’s.
Kroger Marketplace is a chain of hypermarkets. The brand was introduced in 2004 in the Columbus, Ohio, area, which lost the Big Bear and Big Bear Plus chains in Penn Traffic’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The Kroger Marketplace format is based on the Fry’s Marketplace stores that the Arizona division of Kroger is currently operating.
Similar to rival chains Meijer, Sears Grand, Super Kmart, Walmart Supercenter, and Albertson’s, and modeled after Kroger-owned Fred Meyer, these stores contain multiple departments. In addition to the grocery department, they contain a Fred Meyer Jewelers, Starbucks, Donatos Pizza, and an in-store bank, as well as sections for toys, appliances, home furnishings, and bed and bath, something that Big Bear once had in their stores in the Columbus area.
If you are interested in knowing more about the company, its statements, products, and special offers or discounts, please visit www.kroger.com.
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