The Kroger Company, or simply Kroger, is an American retail company that operates supermarkets and multi-department stores throughout the United States.
Meat. The reasonably priced, high-quality meat, both organic and traditional cuts, makes a trip to Kroger worthwhile. "The meat is quite affordable."
Their meat sales typically outperform those of Aldi and Walmart. "CNBC Make It spoke with Laurie Hise, the founder of the Passionate Penny Pincher website.
Kroger's stock price is KR (NYSE) $52.96 + 0.82 (+1.57%), and the customer service number is 1 (800) 576-4377; Kroger's headquarters is Cincinnati, OH; and Kroger's CEO name is Rodney McMullen (Jan 1, 2014–).
Bernard Kroger's name was the founder of Kroger's, and the company was founded in 1883 in Cincinnati, OH. Kroger's revenue was 132.5 billion USD (2020).
Kroger's subsidiaries are Fred Meyer, Ralph's, King Soopers, and Food 4 Less.
Aldi is the cheapest grocery store. In a Kroger price comparison of mostly store-brand items, the Kroger grocery bill at Aldi was about 14% cheaper than at Walmart and 24% cheaper than the lowest prices available at Kroger.
Prices reported include "Aldi $3.09," "Walmart $2.98," and "Kroger $3.29."