Kroger and Harris Teeter to Merge

I knew Harris Teeter was up for sale but I had NO idea Kroger was even a potential partner!

Details are sketchy right now but it appears for the time being things will continue to operate the same- Kroger will be based out of Ohio and Harris Teeter out of NC.

What do you think- will this put our coupon doubling in Hampton Roads in jeopardy?

 

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Comments

  1. Carol says

    I stopped shopping at the VB Kroger stores several years ago after consistent problems using legitimate ( coupons.com, smartsource, coupon network…) coupons. The last straw was when after spending close to an hour shopping/couponing the cashier tells me she can only take 1 printed coupon. I replied “oh I know it’s only one coupon per item” to which she replied ” only 1 printed coupon for the whole order” I know that was a load of crap the corp. coupon policy states different. I asked for the manager who was clueless. and told them to keep the grocery order and I have never been back!! If Harris Teeter becomes anything like them I’ll shop elsewhere.

  2. Beki Burke says

    I just hope my HT continues to carry the high quality products and diversity in products that are the reason I shop there. Kroger produce and seafood just doesn’t have it right now. I usually shop very limited on the interior of a grocery store (all packaged, preserved food), so that may be my bias.