FTC, states challenge Kroger's $25 billion grocery merger with Albertsons


In its administrative complaint the FTC said the deal would lead to higher prices and worst service for a host of consumer staples and services including fresh produce and pharmacy services, with consumers “paying millions of dollars more for food and other essential household goods.” It also said the deal would lead to fewer jobs and depressed wages for workers. Both the…

This story from was posted on 2024-02-27 by @ivyvine.


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