Kroger to expand self-checkout service

Dec. 28, 2017

Supermarket chain Kroger is set to expand its self-checkout service to 400 stores in 2018, according to a report from the Cincinnati Business Courier.

Kroger's Scan, Bag, Go service is similar to Walmart's effort in that it enables shoppers to scan items via a store-provided scanner or a dedicated smartphone app, and then pay for groceries at a self-checkout station, according to the report.

At the moment, more than 25 locations feature the service. 


Topics: Retail

Companies: Kroger


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