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The Swampby Stephen J. Hedges The Government Accountability Office released an audit Monday suggesting at least six other countries and the European Union have better food safety systems than the United States. The 97-page audit was requested by two of the......
The Kroger Co. announced the company will discontinue the sale of sprouts due to its potential food safety risk. The company announced last Friday they will cease the deliveries of sprouts to Kroger distribution centers and stores on Monday, Oct. 22....
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The mother of a local man fatally shot during an attempted robbery at a Kroger store in December filed a lawsuit against the supermarket chain for the wrongful death of her son. Toni Atkinson filed the lawsuit against The Kroger Company on July 13 in an...
Tags: Theft, Laws, Crime, Law and Justice, Georgetown, Trials
Police have released the identity of a suspect killed by a Kroger employee during an attempted robbery. According to police, Jeremy Atkinson, 26, tried to rob the Kroger near 71st Street and Georgetown Road a little after 6 p.m. Monday. Witnesses said...
The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office has determined the Kroger employee who fatally shot another man suspected of trying to rob the store will not be charged. According to police, Jeremy Atkinson, 26, tried to rob the Kroger near 71st Street and...
Who cares that holiday spending fell short of expectations this season? The real shopping is happening right now. Gift cards, according to a survey by American Express and the International Council of Shopping Centers, were the third most popular item...
According to a Kroger employee handbook, store employees are prohibited from bringing a firearm inside the store. The information comes after a store manager shot and killed a would-be-robber. Metro police say Jeremy Atkinson, 26, tried to rob the...
The Kroger Co.’s Central Division launched “Share Your Feast” Thursday, which is the company’s largest annual food drive in support of local food banks and food pantries. The food drive will begin Thursday and last until...
Tags: Richard Lugar, Charity, John Elliott, Human Interest
L.A. NOWJudge Gloria Trask on April 27 issued an injunction requiring all Ralphs and Food 4 Less stores in Riverside County to hire a “pricing integrity coordinator” for each store to ensure that information on store shelf tags was accurate....
Money & CompanyWorkers at Food 4 Less say they'll strike if Kroger doesn't give them better wages and benefits...
Money & CompanyAs tensions continue to rise between labor and Southern California’s three leading grocery chains, hundreds of workers rallied outside of the local headquarters of Albertsons, Vons and Ralphs on Tuesday to protest possible cuts to their healthcare...
The Road Warrior w/Dan HartzellThe Morning Call Archives, Copyright 1992, The Morning Call Publication date: Sunday, April 26, 1992 WHEN TWO GUYS CAME TO TOWN, SUNDAY SHOPPING WAS BORN by Frank Whelan of The Morning Call Allentown in 1957 was the last place in America that might have...
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