Kroger Plans $19.2M Upgrade, Product Realignment At Kenosha Commissary
by Joe Taschler, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Posted: 2017-10-30 15:45:13 EST

The Kroger Co. is seeking to reconfigure its Kenosha commissary, the company said Friday.

A spokesman said the company is seeking to spend $19.2 million to reconfigure the facility, which makes private label prepared food products. 

The commissary was built and operated by Milwaukee-based Roundy's, which was purchased by Kroger nearly two years ago. The facility produces food products for Pick 'n Save, Copps, Metro Market and Mariano's stores.

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