CINCINNATI -- The Atlanta division of Kroger Co. has put a Chick-Fil-A unit in one of its stores in a suburb of Augusta, Ga. Kroger, based here, also is considering adding units of the Atlanta-based fast-food chicken sandwich chain to some seven or eight other stores in its 126-unit Atlanta division, said Jack Sentell, senior director of business development for Chick-Fil-A. Sentell said his company is pleased with "the numbers and the volume" in Augusta. The program, the first in a Kroger ...
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