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Kroger Adds Granite Cleaner, Granite Polish to all Stores

Kroger Adds Granite Cleaner, Granite Polish to all Stores

Kroger Adds Granite Cleaner, Granite Polish to all Stores

Posted by Stone Care Experts | October 4, 2012 | Uncategorized

Homeowners searching for an easy-to-use granite cleaner and granite polish need look no further than their local retail store owned by The Kroger Co.

Kroger grocery retail stores, which include supermarkets, price-impact warehouse stores and multi-department stores, now carry Granite Gold Daily Cleaner® and Granite Gold Polish® in all U.S. stores.  Previously, regional distribution included Kroger banners Ralph’s, Food 4 Less, Fred Meyer and QFC, and with the national expansion, additional banners include Kroger, Jay C, Dillons, King Soopers, Fry’s and Smith’s.

The expansion into all Kroger banners follows the addition earlier this year of Supervalu banners Albertsons, Jewel-Osco and Cub Foods. Other national stores carrying Granite Gold® brand granite cleaners and other stone-care products include Ahold (Giant of Carlise, Giant of Landover and Stop & Shop), Ace and True Value hardware stores, and Bed Bath & Beyond, as well as numerous regional grocery chains and independent distributors.

“Our expansion in all Kroger banners reminds us that both homeowners and our retail partners recognize the value and stone-care expertise behind Granite Gold,” said President/CEO and Co-founder Lenny Sciarrino.

Unlike typical household products that can damage expensive granite, marble and other natural stone, Granite Gold Daily Cleaner quickly removes all types of spills and soils, and leaves a fresh citrus scent.  Granite Gold Polish quickly and easily adds shine and luster to granite, marble and other natural-stone surfaces, and provides ongoing protection against water spots and fingerprints with a simple-to-use spray-and-wipe formula.

Granite Gold brand stone-care products are streak free, biodegradable, non-toxic and non-acidic, pH balanced, safe on food-preparation surfaces, and do not contain phosphates or ammonia.

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