Kroger pulls multiple levers to create a positive price impression but stops short of being a “price leader.” This mixture includes everyday prices, weekly specials, a three-tiered private-brand selection and the previously mentioned personal deals to create a price image capable of resonating with shoppers in good times and bad. It leans on its other key elements — the shopping experience, product variety and quality, and customer service — to command premiums, ...
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