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Kroger opens 'dark' kitchens to offer free meal delivery

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    Kroger is
    building "dark" kitchens with an Indianapolis startup called
    ClusterTruck.
  
  Kroger says the kitchens will prepare and deliver
  restaurant-style meals without charging any service or delivery
  fees.
  
  
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  Kroger is getting into the meal-delivery business.

  The nation's largest traditional grocer said on Monday that it
  had partnered with an Indianapolis startup called ClusterTruck to
  open delivery-only kitchens, also known as 
  "dark" or "ghost" kitchens, in Indianapolis, Columbus, and
  Denver.

  Here's what we know about the new concept, called Kroger Delivery
  Kitchen.

Kroger is getting into the meal-delivery business.

The nation's largest traditional grocer said on Monday that it had partnered with an Indianapolis startup called ClusterTruck to open delivery-only kitchens, also known as "dark" or "ghost" kitchens, in Indianapolis, Columbus, and Denver.

Here's what we know about the new concept, called Kroger Delivery Kitchen.

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