Kroger has a rich grocery store history that has been largely forgotten.

Today, the discounting giant is looking to revive its grocery store brand.

As the number of grocery stores in Israel is steadily declining, the number and size of Kroger’s stores has been declining steadily.

Today the company is planning to increase its grocery stores by 10 percent in the coming years.

The supermarket chain has been making waves for years, selling a variety of products and services, from meat to fresh produce, and even organic goods.

The grocery chain is currently focused on expanding its grocery offerings in the United States.

This year, Kroger will be expanding its stores in the Northeast, South, Midwest and South, among other states.

The new grocery stores are expected to be built in the neighborhoods of Tel Aviv and Herzliya, which have a combined population of about 1.6 million people.

The grocery stores will be located in various locations throughout the country, including Tel Aviv, Haifa, Jerusalem, Ashkelon, Jerusalem Hills, Jerusalem and the southern suburbs of the city.

Kroger has already opened a number of stores in recent years in Israel.

In 2014, the company launched its first store in the city of Ramat Gan, a former military barracks and shopping center in the southern Israeli town of Yavneh, and expanded to a second store in Ashkelons north of Jerusalem.

Last year, the supermarket chain opened a store in Jerusalem’s Old City, and has since expanded into the southern neighborhoods of Nazareth and Netanya.

The chain is also currently planning to open a second branch in Tel Aviv.

Krotos grocery store is located in a former army barracks in Jerusalem, Israel.

The store is currently planning an expansion in the region.

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