CINCINNATI -- Kroger here said it has singled out 80 supplier companies owned by minorities and women for special recognition. heir names will be promoted within Kroger's divisions to make chain personnel more aware of them, Lynn Marmer, group vice president of corporate affairs, told SN. The 80 companies, which offer products and services for sale and not-for-resale, are listed on the chain's Web site at www.kroger.com/supplierdiversity.html. According to Marmer, they were selected based ...

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