Kroger is a popular American retail company established by Bernard Kroger in the year 1883. It is reportedly the largest supermarket when it comes to revenue in the US. As older Americans are at higher risk currently due to the outbreak of coronavirus many grocery stores in America are making special provisions for elderly people.
As per reports, the CEO of Kroger has said that the retail shop is testing to open its stores for a brief time to senior citizens. It will be soon implemented by them to provide an opportunity for senior citizens to shop for the hard-to-get items they require during the Coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, Kroger has updated its store timings on their official website.
Store hours have been adjusted at some of our locations to keep our stores clean, open and stocked and to better serve our customers and support our associates. Thanks for continuing to shop with us, learn more here: https://t.co/7w8RTKbQOQ pic.twitter.com/VvLG3xIqtB— Kroger (@kroger) March 15, 2020
Kroger has also been taking social initiatives to help people during the pandemic issue. They are taking special measures to keep their stores clean. Kroger has also donated $3 million to communities in this critical time of need.
We are donating $3 million to communities during this critical time of need. Join us in our Zero Hunger Zero Waste mission here: https://t.co/9mjZZgONHu@FeedingAmerica @nokidhungry pic.twitter.com/RjUWBt5D4D— Kroger (@kroger) March 16, 2020
A message from our CEO with updates on how we are keeping stores clean & replenished. We encourage customers to be kind, shop responsibly and only buy what they need during this difficult time, understanding we will continue to restock our shelves. Thank you for shopping with us. pic.twitter.com/QzJzRsf0WC— Kroger (@kroger) March 17, 2020