Kroger, the nations largest grocery chain will stop selling guns and ammunition to customers who are younger than 21 years old.
Kroger sells weapons and ammunition in four western states. Those stores also sell general merchandise. The Kroger grocery stores do not sell weapons. Kroger joins Dick’s Sporting Goods and Walmart in imposing new age restrictions on sales in the last two days.
“In response to the tragic events in Parkland and elsewhere, we’ve taken a hard look at our policies and procedures for firearm sales,” Kroger said in a statement. “Recent events demonstrate the need for additional action on the part of responsible gun retailers.”