Kroger executives tout growth in own brand
From remaking private brands with more “personality,” to burgeoning digital and natural/organic strategies, Kroger’s “to-do” list is longer than its “accomplished” list, officials of the retailer said. “That’s the thing that’s so exciting for us,” CEO Rodney McMullen said in an address to financial analysts and investors late last month in Cincinnati. “The things that we are working on are getting better, and the …
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