10 Harris Teeter Stores in DMV Area Will Be Sold As Part of Kroger/Albertsons Merger

No Safeway or Kroger Stores Represented by UFCW Local 400 Sold So Far

Today, Kroger and Albertsons announced plans to sell at least 413 stores across the country to C&S Wholesale Grocers as part of the mega-merger of the two companies. An additional 237 stores may also be sold to C&S as part of the deal, depending on the results of the regulatory review of the merger with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

The stores will not change hands unless and until the FTC approves the overall Kroger/Albertsons merger, which the companies claim could happen in early 2024. However, many industry analysts are skeptical and believe regulators will move to block the merger.

As of now, ten Harris Teeter stores in the DMV area will be sold to C&S if and when the merger is completed. The exact stores have not been identified at this time. No Safeway or Kroger stores in the Mid-Atlantic have been identified for sale so far, although that may change. There are no further details on store divestments available at this time.

We will continue to keep you updated as more information becomes available. We will use every available resource to enforce our contracts with Safeway and Kroger and protect our members.

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We remain opposed to the Kroger/Albertsons merger for the negative impact it will have on our members, customers and communities. That’s why we’ve partnered with more than 100 unions and organizations nationwide in the Stop The Merger Coalition to urge the Federal Trade Commission to oppose this deal. Visit NoGroceryMerger.com to learn more and take action today.

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