Kroger’s Q2 Finishes Just after Rebranding, Partnerships

Kroger closed its next quarter with new digital partnerships, rebranding with a unifying symbol and boosting its employees’ wages to $16 for each hour, which will scale up to near $21 by the year’s conclusion.

Kroger Chairman and CEO Rodney McMullen said in a press release that the company’s next-quarter system qualified contemporary food items and digital momentum, and its “seamless ecosystem is functioning,” with buyers quickly going and participating throughout channels.

“Customers are consuming much more food stuff at home simply because it is more affordable, effortless and more healthy than other selections,” McMullen claimed.

See also: Kroger’s Digital

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