CINCINNATI — Where will Kroger wind up next? The company announced earlier this month that it would look to new markets and invest in “fill-in” markets for expansion as part of an increased capital spending budget designed to boost its growth rate. Although the company did not reveal specific plans for that growth, an examination of Kroger’s recent investments — in context with recent comments from its executives — gives an indication of the kinds of ...

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