Kroger Reports Social Media Scam

If you think you are getting free food for a year from Kroger, you are sadly mistaken.

(Undated) - Kroger is reporting a scam. 

The grocery chain took to social media to address a fake Facebook page titled that posted a giveaway offering an entire year of free groceries to four families. 

The fake page was asking participants to share and comment by Sunday afternoon. 

Thousands of people responded to the post in hopes of scoring free groceries for a year. 

Kroger recommends not engaging with the post.

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