Planning Ahead: Kroger’s Limit of 5

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According to BusinessInsider.com, Kroger said it was limiting orders of some items to “due to high demand and to support all customers.” Questions: Kroger’s is the largest supermarket chain in the U.S. How many stores does it have? Which type of orders does the limit of five apply to? Do you think this is a… Read more »

Darkness Expands

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Kroger, one of the largest supermarket chains, is partnering with an Indianapolis startup called ClusterTruck in order to open delivery-only kitchens, known asĀ  “dark” or “ghost” kitchens in Indianapolis, Columbus, and Denver. Questions: What is the new Kroger concept called? Who do they see as their competitors and their advantage over competitors? According to the… Read more »