Kroger discloses customer email breach
CINCINNATI — A database that held the names and email addresses of Kroger customers has been breached, the retailer announced.
The supermarket conglomerate said that the incident occurred at its third-party vendor, Epsilon, which manages Kroger's customer email database and communications.
Kroger apologized to its customers and urged them not to open any messages from senders that they do not know, noting that Kroger would never ask for personal information (i.e., credit card or social security information) via email.
Customers can call 1-800-KROGERS or visit its "email frequently asked" Web page here.