CINCINNATI — Following positive customer feedback, Kroger Co. announced plans to make milk it processes and sells in all its stores “certified rBST-free” by February 2008. The retailer operates 15 dairies and three ice cream plants in the U.S. that produce all varieties of fluid milk and other dairy products such as yogurt, cottage cheese, ice cream and novelty treats. The transition to milk free of artificial growth hormones was completed earlier this year in the western half of the ...

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