In this case, the question is not if a product will be available, but when it will.
The article describes a company that manufactures a custom holsters and then sells them in grocery stores, online, and at craft shows.
A spokesperson for the company says that the company was not involved in the creation of the product, and that the product will only be sold to retail outlets that accept the company’s name.
In addition, the spokesperson says that while some craft shows have banned items, most do not.
For its part, a spokesperson for Kroger told ABC News that it is not a part of the issue and that it has no plans to remove the item from stores.
Kroger has previously said that the items were not the original manufacturer’s intent.
According to the company, the items have been manufactured by a third party.
The spokesperson says the company has been contacted by the National Retail Federation, which says it is reviewing the issue.
Krogreens, which has about 1.5 million stores nationwide, has said that it will take action against any retailers that violate the law, and has pledged to educate its customers about the laws in the states where it operates.