Coin Shortage Blamed On Consumer Demand And COVID-19Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, coins have suddenly become the form of currency most sought out by many businesses.
King Soopers Will Require Customers To Wear Masks Starting Next WednesdayKing Soopers has about 20 locations in the Denver metro area.
King Soopers Not Giving Change Back In Coins Due To ShortageKroger, the company that owns King Soopers, said the Federal Reserve is experiencing a significant coin shortage during the coronavirus pandemic.
Kroger Making At-Home Coronavirus Tests Available To Its Workers For FreeKroger, the parent company of King Soopers, says it has created an at-home coronavirus test kit, and is making them available to its employees for free.
Kroger Plans To End $2/Hour 'Hero Pay' Increase May 17"Please support your community grocery workers—our #EssentialHeroes—by telling Kroger how you feel about their takeaway of the Hero bonus," union officials urged.
Kroger Donating 200,000 Gallons Of Milk To Food BanksMilk that is typically sold to restaurants, hotels and schools will be donated to food banks to support children and families through the summer months.
'Hero Bonus': Kroger Announces Temporary $2/Hour Pay Raise For Frontline WorkersThe parent company of King Soopers and City Market will add $2 to associates' standard pay rate -- for hours worked March 29 through April 18.
Kroger Rolls Out New Auto Sale ServiceKing Soopers and City Markets have formed a new partnership to sell cars.
King Soopers To Phase Out Plastic Bags By 2025The grocery store chain Kroger announced a program Thursday that will transition their stores to get rid of plastic bags and to use solely reusable bags over the next seven years.
Plastic Bags To Be Phased Out At King Soopers, City MarketThe parent company of both King Soopers and City Market grocery stores announced plans Thursday morning to get rid of plastic bags used for bagging groceries.
RECALL ALERT: Salads, Wraps From Kroger, Trader Joe’s, Walgreens May Be ContaminatedThe cyclospora parasite can cause diarrhea and frequent, sometimes explosive bowel movements.
Children's Liquid Cold Medicine Recall Expands, Includes Colorado RetailersA warning has been issued for parents to look closely at any children's liquid cold medicine bottles they may have as retailers are recalling products over the risk of a potential overdose.
Most Wrongful-Death Lawsuits Settled In Listeria OutbreakA Denver judge wrapped up most of the wrongful-death lawsuits stemming from a 2011 listeria outbreak that killed more than 30 people and sickened more than 140 others.
Walmart Settles With Colorado Cantaloupe VictimsWalmart said Tuesday that the company has agreed to settle claims from many of the families of victims who died in a 2011 listeria outbreak that killed 33 people and was traced to a Colorado cantaloupe farm.
Centennial Man Wins $7M In 'Popcorn Lung' CaseA Centennial man has won a $7 million verdict in the so-called "microwave popcorn lung" case.