ATLANTA (FOX 5 Atlanta) - Kroger's best baggers are aiming to “sack” the competition and win scholarship money.
The company called out their best nine baggers from the state Tuesday in its 22nd annual Bag-Off competition.
Baggers in the competition work to place the items in bags as quickly as they can.
Kroger officials judged baggers on their grocery-bagging skills.
Organizers said it gives them a chance to highlight their baggers who they said means a lot to their company.
The top three baggers received scholarships.
The winner of the state's final will advance to next year's National Grocers Association Best Baggers Contest in San Diego.