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Kroger is changing the way fuel is measured at its grocery stores in California and in the United States.
The grocery chain said Wednesday it is introducing a new fuel definition that will allow it to better track fuel usage, more accurately calculate how much fuel it uses per gallon and to offer discounts to customers with fuel-efficient cars.
The new fuel standard will allow Kroger to more accurately track how much of its customers’ fuel is used per gallon.
That could mean customers who buy less than 50 percent efficient cars may see lower prices at the store, according to the company.
Kroger said it plans to expand the use of fuel efficiency for the stores in the coming months.
The company has said that fuel efficiency is a better way to determine whether customers are getting the best value for their money.
Kroger said fuel efficiency has a much larger impact on the overall cost of food and groceries than other fuel standards.
Kubrick, meanwhile, said the company is looking to the future with its Fuel Point system.
Fuel points are a way for restaurants and retailers to track fuel use across a store and store, Kubrick said.
The system also helps the retailer better understand what customers are spending and where those spending dollars are coming from.
Kobe Bryant will wear the company’s new Fuel Point shirt during the All-Star break in Houston on Feb. 14, 2019.
The Spurs forward and Los Angeles Lakers star will wear a new Fuel Points shirt for the first time on a regular basis for the next few years.
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