The southern Dallas warehouse is slated to open in 2023 and would create more than 400 jobs with a starting $15 per hour wage.
DALLAS — Kroger sees Dallas as a key piece in its long-range strategy for online grocery delivery.
That vision took a step forward Wednesday with the Dallas City Council approving about $5.7 million in incentives and tax abatements to bring a 55-acre “customer fulfillment center” to southern Dallas.
The 350,000-square-foot robotic grocery location will fit in line with Kroger’s plan to build 20 of the facilities across the country to increase its competition with Amazon and Walmart in the food delivery space.
Author: David Goins