HOUSTON — Kroger Co. is eliminating double and triple coupon promotions at its stores in this market, effective Wednesday, and consumers are speaking out against the change. In numerous posts on Kroger's Facebook page, customers said they were disappointed in Kroger's decision, and many also said they prefer to use paper coupons rather than store them digitally on a loyalty card. "Try to understand. All this upset really stems from the fact that most of us LOVE our Kroger store — we are ...

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