Kroger buys iconic New York specialty grocer | Chain Store Age

Tom Smith Uncategorized

The Kroger Co. has acquired a New York City-based retailer of specialty cheeses and meats.   The supermarket giant has purchased Murray’s Cheese, which was founded in 1940. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.    Kroger also bought the three Greenwich Village retail condominium units that house Murray’s home base. The five-story, 22,000-sq-ft. building, which is also home to a bakery, was owned by Murray’s Cheese.

Source: Kroger buys iconic New York specialty grocer | Chain Store Age