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• The Cincinnati Business Courier reports that Kroger continues to expand the footprint of its e-commerce click-and-collect systems. According to the story, "Kroger has said it won’t add the service in every store. It bases those decisions on location and the likelihood that customers will use the service on frequently traveled routes, such as between home and work."

“ClickList is connecting with our customers in a big way,” Jeff Talbot, Kroger vice president of merchandising, says in a prepared statement. “Our customers tell us they love the convenience and that it saves them time. We are continuing to roll out new ClickList locations as customers become more engaged with our digital offerings.”
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