Wednesday, August 22, 2012

KROGER, an open letter

KROGER, an open letter

Shopping at Kroger supermarket been purchasing SILK Soy milk for $2.98.  Then one day the price rose 21 cents to $3.19.  No problem with a price increase.  The problem is with Kroger insulting customers after raising the price.

When the price rose to $3.19 the store place a yellow sign with red letters on the display for the soy milk reading “LOW PRICE.”  Huh?  The store raised the price by twenty-one cents, then has the nerve to advertise “LOW PRICE.”

This happened a few months ago, pointed out to the store’s manager and fell upon uninterested ears.

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