The story of the world’s largest supermarket chain, Kroger, and the immigration status of its stores is one that’s been repeated across the United States, from the Philippines to Germany to Brazil.
But it has never been quite so widely discussed.
The reason is that the supermarkets are owned by multinational corporations that have invested billions of dollars in their operations, and in many cases have a stake in their success.
They are the companies that dominate our food supply, the retailers that sell the best products, and are responsible for providing the food that’s eaten in our supermarkets.
These companies have a vested interest in keeping immigrants from the United State and their communities from buying their products.
Kroger’s US operations have had a tough time competing with their overseas rivals.
A recent study of US food retailing by the consultancy firm Mercer found that only 3.3 per cent of all US food products are imported, compared with nearly 60 per cent in the UK and more than 90 per cent globally.
But that isn’t the end of the story.
According to the US census, 1.7 million people are estimated to be undocumented in the United Sates.
Many of these immigrants live in poverty.
It is estimated that, on average, undocumented immigrants live two to three years longer than non-indigenous Americans.
They also face higher rates of health problems and mental health issues, and lower incomes.
In 2017, a report by the National Alliance on Mental Illness, a non-profit group, found that the mental health of undocumented immigrants was worse than the average American.
“This is a very important finding,” says Michael Krasner, director of research at the National Institute of Mental Health.
“In the United Kingdom, for example, there are more than 30,000 people who are living with mental health problems.
In the United U.S., there are only about 5,000.
In Australia, there’s only about 2,000.”
Kroger was founded in 1919 by brothers Joseph and Charles Heinz.
Joseph Heinz was a pharmacist, and his brother Charles was a scientist.
Krogers flagship grocery chain opened in the small town of Glendale, California, in 1927.
By 1938, Kroghers was one of the largest food companies in the world, with sales of more than $5bn (£3.3bn).
At that time, the company’s main product was milk, and its stock had a market value of more then $50bn.
Krogers main rival, Aldi, was founded more than a decade later, and became the biggest supermarket chain in the US.
But the rise of the supermarket was also a time of rapid change.
In 1927, the US population was less than 5 million.
Today, the population of the United US is over 7 million.
Krogs growth was fueled by the rise in the popularity of dairy products, particularly milk.
According of a Kroger spokeswoman, “At the time, milk was one the top-selling beverages of all time.
The market was saturated.”
In 1934, Aldus-Hertz opened in Chicago.
Krogan’s sales grew rapidly, and sales tripled between 1940 and 1940.
It was the first of many supermarket chains to enter the US market.
By the late 1940s, Krogan was the world leader in supermarket sales.
By 1950, Aldin-Hess had opened a second store in New York City.
Krogmacher’s dominance of the US supermarket market was built on its ability to appeal to immigrants, and it continued to expand.
The following year, Krogers first grocery store opened in California.
It quickly became the country’s biggest supermarket.
The first store opened there in 1940.
By 1942, it was one with 1,500 outlets.
By 1948, it had more than 100,000 locations in the states, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand.
In 1949, Krok’s first store was opened in New Zealand, and then later opened in Japan.
Krok was the largest grocery chain in America by volume by 1953.
It closed its first store in 1963, and since then, it has been the largest supermarket in the country.
In 1977, Krozs first store outside the US was opened, in Spain.
In 1991, Kro Krok opened the first store across the US in Canada.
Today the company is headquartered in California, but it operates across the world.
In 2006, the chain was the biggest retailer in the Netherlands, followed by Germany and France.
It now operates in more than 60 countries, and is valued at $2.6bn (£1.3 billion).
It has a population of more that 300 million.
The Krok family’s history has been marked by success and tragedy.
The family founded the family-owned chain in 1926.
In 1968, the family’s patriarch Joseph Heinzo died.
His son, Charles Heinzo, was then elected chairman.
The elder Hein