Kroger in Columbus reopens after city shuts it down for rodent problem
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WKEF/WRGT) - The Kroger on Parsons Avenue in Columbus reopened on Friday night after the city had them shut their doors earlier the same day.
Photos from the Health Department show holes in loaves ove bread and animal droppings on the floors.
According to inspectors, there was debris in storage areas and in ailes of the store, as well as well as unsafe food still on the shelves.
One customer said she pointed out the holes in the bread to an employee on Wednesday. She said her problem was ignored.
"I love Kroger's," she said, "and now I have a problem with them."
She went on to say she needed a refund, "They can have their food back."
A spokesperson for Kroger said they were working with Columbus Public Health and taking the matter very seriously.
Some customers say they're going to be much more skeptical shopping there in the future.