How Kroger is Affected By Food at Home Costs Dropping for First Time in Three Years

The costs for consumers to eat food at home fell in March for the first time since 2020. That will have an impact on Cincinnati-based supermarket giant Kroger Co., which has seen results soar as prices climbed.

But analysts say Kroger (NYSE: KR), the nation’s largest operator of traditional supermarkets, should fare just fine in the changing price environment. In fact, it might benefit as inflation eases.

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