HUTCHINSON, Kan. -- Echoing moves by many retailers around the country, Kroger-owned Dillons here has lowered the prices of "thousands" of Center Store staple items in many of its stores to compete with Wal-Mart Stores. Dillons has cut prices on such staples as peanut butter, pasta sauce, canned vegetables, paper goods and soda. The reductions are available to Dillons' Plus Card holders and are being announced through T.V. ads, billboards, shelf tags and circulars. The price cuts are not a ...

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