HUTCHINSON, Kan. — Kroger Co. is looking for ways to tweak its business model by exploring the advantages to be gained from combining its full-service supermarkets with its convenience stores, David Dillon, chairman and chief executive officer, told a local newspaper here.
He told the Wichita Eagle the company has been studying the possibilities for two years — since it combined a Dillon store in Greensburg, Kan., with a Kwik Shop, one of Kroger's convenience store banners, following a ...
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