Where Is Kroger Corporate Office Headquarters

Kroger Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 1014 Vine St, Cincinnati, OH 45202, United States
  • Phone Number: +1 800-576-4377
  • Email: Click Here
  • Number of Employees: 453,000
  • Established: 1883
  • Founder: Bernard Kroger
  • Key People: Rodney McMullen, Christopher Hjelm

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Kroger Headquarters Executive Team

Rodney McMullen

Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

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Christopher Hjelm

Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer

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Robert Clark

Senior Vice President, Supply Chain

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Michael Donnelly

COO, EVP

Timothy Massa

Group Vice President of Human Resources & Labor Relations

Michael Schlotman

Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Mark Tuffin

SVP

Alex Tosolini

Senior Vice President, New Business Development

Christine Wheatley

Group Vice President, Secretary and General Counsel

Jessica Adelman

Group Vice President, Corporate Affairs

Sukanya Madlinger

VP Merchandising

Erin Sharp

Group Vice President of Manufacturing

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  • Kroger Announces Retirement of Mid-Atlantic Division President Jerry Clontz
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  • Stephen Goode says:

    I have my prescriptions refilled at the Kroger Pharmacy in Madisonville, Ky. I have done business with this location for many years. Lately the service has been less than acceptable to say the least. About a month ago I had a prescription that needed refilling. It had refills left to use. The day after it was supposed to be refilled I called and talked to an associate in the pharmacy. They said they were out of that medication and did not expect to get any more in for at least a week. Is this a normal procedure? What if the medication I needed was blood thinner, heart medication, or another necessary medication that I had to take daily? It was 8 days before they finally refilled it. Yesterday I called the pharmacy to check on two prescriptions that were to be refilled. The person I talked to said I could pick them up the next morning. I called the automated line to check on them and it told me that they could not verify the prescriptions. I went to the pharmacy and talked to the pharmacist on duty. I asked him about the prescriptions. He said they were refilled. Why was I told that there was a problem? I then got in line and waited 45 minutes to get my refills. In my opinion this is a poor way to do business and erodes confidence in the location and the company. If this persists I will begin to get my prescriptions at another pharmacy. Not a satisfied customer.

     
  • Kristy Kirtley says:

    I have ordered clicklist before and have had orders late but this has by far been the worst. I ordered click list on 11/1/2019, my pick up time was scheduled between 6 pm and 7 pm at the Greenville, Ohio store. I live 18 minutes away from the store anyways, so by 5:30 pm I was already in town because I had some other errands to run anyways. I got a call from the kroger at 5:44 pm telling me they were running behind with my order and I asked, “How far behind because of how far away I lived because I was going to come at 6 pm.” There response was just a half hour or forty minutes so I asked if my order would be ready around 6:30 pm or 645 ish and they insisted it would be complete so I said ok. I pull up to pick up my groceries at 6:33 pm, I call and the lady tells me we tried to call you earlier but we couldn’t get ahold of you but we are running behind on your order. I told her that I talked to someone when they called and they told me they were running behind but my order would in fact be done at 6:30 pm or 6:45 ish, at that time they haven’t even started picking my order. At that time I was upset and asked to speak to a manager. I spoke to the manager named Angela, who apologized and told me she was short staffed and didn’t have enough people to pick the orders. I explained to her this was not the first time this happened and how it was becoming a pattern. She said they were going to get my order picked and she was going to personally deliver it herself. I explained how I am doing the click list because I am currently on crutches and cannot come and grocery shop myself and how this is becoming overwhelming, she said she was going to include a gift card for the troubles. I didn’t hear anything and no one came to my house so I called back again at 7:56 pm, I called and asked if the manager had got lost because no one had ever showed up the girl whispers to the manager she wants to know if you got lost, then the manager got on the phone and said no we are loading up the bags right now then I will be heading your way, so I said ok I just wanted to make sure you didn’t get lost because I didn’t hear anything. More time passes, and I call back again 9:29 pm, a male answered the phone and said his co manager has left to deliver your groceries I asked how long ago, because by that time its been hours since my original pick up time and he said 15-20 minutes ago so I got off the phone and waited. At 9:42 pm, Angela (the manager) called me on her cell phone and told me she was at my house with my groceries, my kids went out to help her and she did come with a small gift card. I started putting my groceries away and realized I never received two items, I never received my pack or bagels or my rotisserie chicken. I tried calling Angela back on her cell phone, it rang once and went to voicemail so I called the kroger store back and a guy answered and he said there was nothing he could do tonight but he could let the pick up know tomorrow. My husband got off work so I called to tell them my husband was going to come tonight since he was in town at this time another lady answered and she said ok that was fine. My husband gets there and none of the stuff is ready, the guy named Jesse tells my husband he can go back and get it and my husband said no you can go get it I paid for pick up and nothing has been right this whole experience. So Jesse comes back with the bagels and tells my husband you will have to come back tomorrow for a rotisserie chicken because we don’t have any. My husband asks for a refund and Jesse said he doesn’t have the power to do that and there isn’t anyone else there that can. So now we are expected to drive another 18 minutes for a rotisserie chicken tomorrow. This has been the worst experience EVER and I will not be doing the click list again or shopping at the Greenville, Ohio Kroger!