CINCINNATI — Kroger Co. here on Friday said it has named Kathleen Wright director of the company’s Perishable Donations Partnership, a project designed to increase the company’s contribution of fresh foods to America’s Second Harvest food banks. The company said it currently donates about 8 million pounds of fresh food annually from 300 stores in four states, but hopes to expand that effort chainwide to reach 50 million pounds of perishables donations. Wright is a 25-year veteran of the ...
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