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Revolution: 7 Radical Ways Kroger Is 'Restocking'

From WGB's August cover story, here are seven radical ways The Kroger Co. is reinventing for a new era.


Dollar General Beefs Up Information Tech Department

The retailer created a chief technology officer position and named a new chief information security officer.

Kroger Ship will offer 50,000 SKUs, subscription option, in an effort to win back staples sales escaping to online competitors.

The retailer sponsored the second annual event, held in the nation’s capital July 25.

High interchange rates and network fees were putting merchandise prices at risk, according to the retailer.

The Michigan native moves from Kroger's Dillons division, succeeding Scott Hays.

The small-store format, set for three Oregon locations, intends to blur lines between grocer and nutritionist, its founder says.

A new Brick Meets Click study found that online grocery spending has reached 5.5% of total grocery spending, driven by shoppers placing larger orders.

The new health-focused concept just launched in Des Moines.

WGB's August 2018 cover story tracks the progress of how The Kroger Co. is getting a little help from its friends—and in turn helping itself chart a new vision for its future—via investments in strategic partnerships positioned to enable it to become more like that which threatens it.