Review of Kroger


(owns Fry's, Food 4 Less, Ralph's,, Baker’s, City Market, Dillons, Foods Co, Fred Meyer, Gerbes, Jay C Food Store, King Soopers, Mariano’s, Metro Market, Pay-Less Super Markets, Pick’n Save, QFC, Ruler, Smith’s Food and Drugetc)


It is very easy to at least partially boycott this woke company



Kroger stopped selling My Pillow products because CEO Mike Lindell questioned the integrity of the 2020 election.


Kroger told employees to use “inclusive language,” celebrate transgender holidays, and support an organization that bails violent criminals out of prison.


In response to a year of 'awakening' (translation: BLM riots), Kroger plans to hire and make donations based on skin pigmentation, thus discriminating against people who don't have the preferred skin pigmentation.


Kroger plans to encourage and get associates to vote. Remember that people who aren't motivated to vote, usually vote (D). That's why companies like Kroger want to 'rock the vote'.


Kroger donated $5 million for improving D.I.E. (diversity, inclusion and equity over merit) AKA race-over-merit.




Kroger is charging unvaccinated employees $50 per month.


In 2020, Kroger flipped and became a predominantly democrat-donating company.


Kroger is an insult to the people of Ohio, where Kroger is headquartered.



Kroger has no redeeming qualities.



At the very least, you should be partially boycotting Kroger.




1. Order personal care items online.


Jeremy's Razors -

The Beard Club -

Dissident Soaps - No woke politics

Defender Razor -


2. Order vitamins from the following online stores: - Based in Huntington Beach, California (the anti-California city). No 'woke' tweets, no SJW causes, no political donations that we can find.

eVitamins - Based in Utica, MI

Swanson Vitamins - Although the company is owned by a San Francisco based private equity firm, they appear to be apolitical.


3. Buy beauty products from, which seems to be apolitical.



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