CINCINNATI -- Shoulder-to-shoulder with chefs from some of the area's best restaurants, Kroger Co. fired up its grill again at an annual seafood event here, but this time it cast a wider net with an expanded menu. The only supermarket chain to participate in the Great Inland Seafood Festival, Kroger teamed up with Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute and two suppliers, McCormick and Reynolds Metal Co., for the fourth consecutive year to dish up enticing fare at a booth bedecked with banners, ...
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