Kroger Adds More Online Ordering Locations

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The Kroger Co. (NYSE: KR) says shoppers can now order groceries online at more locations. The company plans to add five more stores in the next few months. Kroger is currently offering the service in Carmel, Greenwood and Westfield.

“Kroger has been testing on-line ordering in Cincinnati since November 2014 and we have received strong praise from customers. Our local test in Carmel was very positive and, as a result, we are pleased to expand this opportunity to additional central Indiana stores and customers. We will continue enhancing the process in response to customer and store associate feedback,” Central Division president Jeff Burt said.

Kroger says customers place the online order and select a pick-up time, and then an employee gathers the order and loads it in the customer’s car. The customer will park in the designated pick-up lane and pay for the order when they arrive.

The new on-line grocery ordering system has opened at the following locations:

  • 1217 South Rangeline Road, Carmel
  • 3100 Meridian Park Drive, Greenwood
  • 150 West 161st Street (at Spring Mill Rd.), Westfield

The following locations will open soon:

  • 14800 Hazel Dell Crossing, Noblesville, to open September 17th
  • 5810 East 71st Street (71st & Binford), Indianapolis, to open by mid-October
  • 8745 South Emerson Avenue (Claybrooke Commons), to open September 24th
  • 7272 Fishers Crossing (116th & Allisonville), Fishers, to open by mid-October
  • 108 North State Road 267, Avon, to open by end of November
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