The Korean-American Grocer’s Association of Washington KAGRO) is a non-profit mutual benefit association founded in 1985 to serve the interests of Korean-American grocery business owners, and the communities they serve in the Washington State.

Since its inception, KAGRO has been active in providing tangible services to not only its members but to non-member Korean American Grocery and Liquor business owners and to the community as a whole. In successfully doing so, KAGRO has realized a significant growth from its original 2 chapters to current base of approximately 850 members in the State of Washington. Currently, KAGRO has 6 active chapters, Everett, Seattle, South King County, Tacoma, Kitsap, Olympia, Centralia, Aberdeen, and Skagit County to better serve our members.