ATLANTA -- Meat merchandisers at the Atlanta division of Kroger Co. are apparently attempting to build an image of superior department service with a full-page newspaper ad about beef grading. re Prime; gave them a stir-fry recipe to try, and introduced them to Kroger's meat and seafood manager, John Gunn. Along with introducing Gunn, the ad quoted him emphasizing the full-service aspect of the chain's meat departments. "We're here to please our customers. So if you want a cut of meat ...
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