MAPLE HEIGHTS, Ohio -- Finast here is aggressively rolling out and promoting an everyday-low-price strategy throughout its 39 Finast stores. The Power Price Deals program cuts the prices on some 1,000 to 1,500 grocery, perishable and health and beauty care items for a period of two weeks to two months. The temporary price reductions on that set of products are then discontinued and another group is discounted. This initiative is an extension of the Power Price program that began in March ...

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