Kroger Won’t Sell Guns To Anyone Under 21 Years Old

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(CNN Money) — Kroger, the nation’s largest grocery chain, said it will stop selling guns to customers who younger than 21 years old. It’s the third major retailer in two days to impose new age restrictions on sales.

Kroger sells weapons at 46 Fred Meyer stores spread across 5 western states.

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