ATLANTA -- Free food samples, including many Center Store items, and health screenings were part of Kroger Co.'s Senior Expo. An estimated 15,000 seniors attended the show, which the retailer's division here held Halloween weekend at the Georgia International Convention Center. There was a $3 admission charge. Officials at Cincinnati-based Kroger did not return phone calls seeking comment about the Senior Expo, but Fred Zimmerman, president of Zimmerman Publishing Co., the Columbus, Ohio, ...
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