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International Supermarket News reports that Kroger plans to expand its ClickList e-grocery service, currently available in Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Nashville, to the Atlanta market.

The company has not laid out an extensive rollout schedule, but rather has been taking a measured approach to adding stores and markets, saying only that it expects the process to continue through 2016.
KC's View:
Slow and steady wins the race. I didn't always think this about Kroger's approach to e-commerce, but I'm pretty sure that this is exactly what they're thinking in Cincinnati.

And everybody who competes with Kroger should be worried.