Kroger decided to close another store despite the protest

According to the recent statements, the largest grocery store chain is all set to closed its store. But the community did protest but despite community protests, Kroger is pressing ahead with stores shutdowns

Now, the largest grocery retails, Kroger grocery stores in Carrollton and Whitehall are set to close soon as Kroger holds fast to its decision to close both stores. While, according to the official statement Green County residents called and wrote to Kroger to express their concern after the lockdown was announced last month.

Kroger decided to close another store despite the protest

Here is the official letter which is in response of the community protest. “We are not able to change the decision,” said Eric Halvorson, corporate affairs director at Kroger. “The losses prevent him.” The Green County Health Department is trying to aid the situation by sharing information with the community about those who would like to help access food.

According to the Ministry of Health, the National Farmers’ Alliance is one such group. The coalition will help access food by helping Green County residents start sustainable urban agriculture and community gardens projects. Halvorson said analysts had considered the situation for a long time before the decision to shut down was made.

Furthermore, He said, “They did not find anything that gives hope for improving performance in any of the stores, which is unfortunate.” “We always prefer each of our stores to be open and thriving.” Now, what are your thoughts on this? Let us know in the comment section below!

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