DENVER, Colo. -- King Soopers, a Kroger-owned chain based here, expanded general merchandise sections in six stores, continuing a strategy the retailer has been exploring in other banners, according to industry and media sources. Merchandise, including a wide range of small appliances, kitchen linens, housewares and office supplies, is now available in the stores. Kroger has put an emphasis on general merchandise throughout its operating companies and banners, notably with its high-profile ...

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