Awards & Recognition

Awards & Recognition

We’re pleased to share some of the honors and awards the Kroger family of stores has received:

Recognized in 2019 by the Wall Street Journal as a top 20 company for Diversity and Inclusion among the Fortune 500 companies  – The Wall Street Journal

Recognized as a top corporation for Women’s Business — WBENC

Member of the Billion Dollar Roundtable. One of 29 companies in the US that spend over $1B with minority suppliers – Billion Dollar Downfall

The Kroger Co.’s Zero Hunger | Zero Waste social impact plan was named the Best Community Improvement Program for the 2019 Corporate Citizen Awards  – US Chamber of Commerce Foundation

Kroger was recognized as One of the Best Places to Work for LGBTQ Equality as a result of earning a perfect score on the 2020 Corporate Equality Index — Human Rights Campaign Foundation

The Kroger Co. was named 2019 Energy Star Partner of the Year – Energy Star

The Kroger Co. was listed on America’s Top 50 Organizations for Multicultural Business Opportunities – Omnikal

Kroger, Feeding America and World Wildlife Fund received Engage for Good’s Gold Halo Award, Environmental Category, citing Zero Hunger | Zero Waste — Halo Awards

Kroger was ranked #6 on Fortune Magazine’s Change the World 2018 list of companies around the world using their core business to drive positive social change, citing Zero Hunger | Zero Waste — Fortune Magazine

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