Eleven Kroger stores in the Triangle region of North Carolina have received a produce department refresh, the retailer announced.
New features include market-style slant-top tables and larger refrigerated produce cases with new misting systems. Kroger has added more organic produce to the departments because of the additional space in the displays.
The retailer has spent more than $4 million on produce department remodels in 51 stores in its Mid-Atlantic Division, which includes North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, eastern Tennessee, Kentucky and southern Ohio.
“We’re excited to welcome shoppers to an inviting, easy-to-navigate space where they can shop for the freshest fruits and vegetables at low Kroger prices,” Anne Jenkins, spokesperson for Kroger’s Mid-Atlantic Division, said in a press release. “Capital investment in our stores is one way Kroger is constantly working to maintain the outstanding in-store experience our customers know and love.”
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