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Kroger officials say the unprecedented demand caused by the initial coronavirus outbreak has started to ease and that trend could have an impact on the grocer's second quarter sales. "Customers are still stocking up, but to a lesser degree than during the shutdowns," said Chief Financial Officer Gary Millerchip, adding, "We do expect sales to continue to taper as the quarter progresses."

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