Kroger Weekly Ad - The Kroger Company, or simply Kroger, is an American retailing company that was founded by Bernard Kroger in 1883 in Cincinnati, Ohio. This is the United States's largest supermarket chain by revenue ($ 109.83 billion for the fiscal year 2015), the second-largest general retailer (behind Walmart) and twenty-third largest company in the United States. Kroger also the third largest retailer in the world. As of December 2015, Kroger operated, either directly or through subsidiaries, 2,778 supermarkets and multi-department stores. Kroger's headquarters are in downtown Cincinnati. It maintains the market in 34 countries, with store formats that include supermarkets, superstores, department stores, 786 stores and 326 jewelry stores. Kroger branded store is located in the Midwestern and Southern United States. Kroger operates 37 food processing or manufacturing facility, 1,360 supermarket fuel centers and 2,122 pharmacies.
Kroger employees are largely represented by a collective bargaining agreement (union employees) and Kroger Ad are represented by the United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) union. In 1883, Bernard 'Barney' Kroger invested his life savings of $ 372 (roughly equivalent to $ 9,600 per 2015) to open a grocery store at 66 Pearl Street  in downtown Cincinnati. Pearl Street previously existed between 2nd Street and 3rd Street. The location is now about where I-71 past the Great American Ballpark. Kroger, the son of a merchant, has a simple dictum: ". Be specific Never sell anything you do not want to be alone" Kroger tried many ways to satisfy customers. He experimented with making Kroger Weekly Ad its own products, such as bread, so customers do not need to go to the bakery separate.