CINCINNATI — The supermarket industry is under attack. Competition is heavy. Labor and energy costs are skyrocketing. Shopping habits are more unpredictable than ever. The economy and grocery stocks are sluggish at best. Kroger is upbeat. "I have no worries about our ability to change, and no concern about our ability to react to changes that the consumer wants," said Don McGeorge, president and chief operating officer of Kroger, in an exclusive interview here with ...

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