The giveaway is guided by Kroger’s Zero Hunger | Zero Waste initiative, a national effort aimed at ending hunger in the communities Kroger calls home and eliminating waste across the company by 2025.
The 6,300-square-foot establishment will take a 10,000-square-foot space on MacTavish Avenue later this year.
Kroger customers and associates have worked together to raise $90,561 for the American Heart Association’s Virginia affiliate. The donation is a result of an icon campaign the grocer ran throughout February, which is American Heart Month.
The new space, called “The Hub,” opened this week in Jackson Ward.
Reflecting national concerns over “food deserts,” federal and state lawmakers Monday called for legislation to help people in low-income neighborhoods get better access to fresh vegetables and other healthy foods.
Ground has been broken on The Veil’s second location, which will feature guest beers, wine, cider, and a food program run by Pepe’s Mexican Restaurant.
The indoor aquatics center will feature an eight-lane, 50-meter pool and two three-lane, 25-yard pools, as well as spectator seating, locker rooms, a swim shop, and other amenities. Overhead viewing would be accessible from a mezzanine level.
A new-to-Richmond tavern chain with locations in Hampton Roads and Fredericksburg is headed to the vacant spot.
The West Coast chain offers mini burgers made from beef, Wagyu, and lamb, and you can order a box of up to 16 at a time.
A CBD store, home décor outlet, and Mexican restaurant are on the way.