CINCINNATI -- A line of products used primarily by senior citizens has been added at 76 Kroger Co. stores here and in Dayton, Ohio. is over age 50, which, he said, "represents the largest single demographic age group" in the market area. To meet the needs of older adults and strengthen the supermarket division's customer base, Kroger has signed on Atlanta-based Mature Mart Inc. as its principal supplier of such products as seven-day pill organizers, tweezer magnifiers and a small device ...

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