Kroger made the list for the most charitable companies put together by The Chronicle of Philanthropy.
Recently Kroger has been raked over the coals by some liberal media for closing some of their low preforming stores in low income neighborhoods. What has not been reported by most is that in 2009 they gave just over 10% of profits to charity. More than that in 2010 they upped their contributions to 13% when most companies were cutting back.
What does Occupy Wall Street have to say?