Kroger moves beyond produce to pillowcases

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By David Larter,

RICHMOND, Va. ( – Soon you’ll be able to make one stop in Midlothian to pick up a duvet for the guest bedroom and a bottle of ketchup for the kitchen.

The massive Kroger being built at the site of the old Cloverleaf Mall on Midlothian Turnpike will sell furniture and home goods in addition to groceries, competing more directly with Walmart and Target.

The 123,000-square-foot store will be subdivided into 90,000 square feet of groceries and 30,000 square feet for home goods.

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