The owner of a 60-acre commercial development that recently took shape on former farmland in Franklin Township is planning a few new components, with long-term plans for at least a dozen more buildings.
Kroger sells north-side plaza for $8.5M but agrees to remain tenant
A firm that specializes in real estate anchored by groceries has closed on the purchase a 104,678-square-foot shopping center dominated by a Kroger supermarket.Read More
Kroger to close Broad Ripple fixture after 66 years
Kroger said the store, which has nearly 40 employees, hasn’t operated profitably for several years and that a turnaround wasn’t realistic.Read More
ClusterTruck, Kroger to test drive food-delivery partnership
Indianapolis food-delivery company ClusterTruck is partnering with Cincinnati-based Kroger for a pilot program that will give the grocery giant an entry into the fast-growing meal delivery market, the companies announced Monday.Read More
Kroger stumbles as competition gets fiercer in grocery industry
While earnings narrowly beat analysts’ estimates, profit margins decreased again because of investments Kroger is making to keep pace with the competition.Read More
Federal investigators said Frank “Bread” Powell organized a ring that used more than 5,000 fraudulent checks to purchase gift cards and merchandise from Kroger and other stores in 12 states from January 2016 until April 2018.
Try using the plant-based “meat” product for Jalapeño Burgers and Chilaquiles With Red Beans and Charred Tomatillo Salsa. You can find Impossible meat at 4,700 stores nationwide, including Kroger stores.
Fishers-based audio marketing technology company Vibenomics Inc. on Wednesday said its specialized private audio network will broadcast inside Kroger’s 2,300 stores, targeting millions of monthly visitors.
Just days after announcing it would end hazard “hero” pay to front-line workers, Kroger says it will give them extra “thank you” bonuses.
The agreement covers more than 9,000 members of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union who work at 71 Indianapolis-area Kroger stores.
A Louisville woman alleges she became ill with salmonella after eating pre-cut melon produced by Indianapolis-based Caito. The firm issued a voluntary recall last week. Kroger is a co-defendant in the case.
Kroger Co., the biggest U.S. supermarket chain, plans to widen a ban on Visa Inc. credit cards. And the grocer hasn’t ruled out expanding the ban to include all of its stores.
Kroger, America’s biggest supermarket chain, has remodeled two stores to test out the new features, which include “digital shelves” that can show ads and change prices on the fly along with a network of sensors that keep track of products and help speed shoppers through the aisles.
Kroger Co. and United Kingdom-based online grocer Ocado Group are working on identifying sites for three automated distribution centers in the United States this year and may open as many as 20 within three years.
Since the grocer bought seven former Indianapolis-area Marsh stores last July, it has reopened only a three.
The Cincinnati-based grocery chain instead is opting to renovate a much smaller existing grocery across the street from where the proposed store would have been built. The decision leaves a massive hole for Kite Realty Group to fill in Fishers Station shopping center.
The stores employ 11,000 associates in 18 states and operate under the banners Turkey Hill, Loaf ‘N Jug, Kwik Shop, Tom Thumb and Quik Stop.
Chicago-based Mer Car Corp. owns the 95,700-square-foot strip center anchored by a Kroger, where Southeastern and English avenues meet, just west of where the justice center is set to be built.
The supermarket giant kicked off its biggest rally in more than two years after saying it might sell its convenience-store business. The operation spans 18 states, including Indiana, and generates about $4 billion in sales.
The newly created moniker is a nod to the Needler family of Findlay, Ohio, third generation grocers. The former Marsh stores are owned by Michael Needler Jr. and his sister, Julie Needler Anderson.
The internet juggernaut spent its first day as the owner of a brick-and-mortar grocery chain cutting prices at Whole Foods Market as much as 43 percent.