SEATTLE -- Thriftway Stores here gets very aggressive with new-crop apples and Washington's big harvest this year makes it easy to keep the retail price way down, Thriftway officials said. Six varieties -- Granny Smith, red and golden delicious, galas, Jonagolds and Raeburns -- were promoted recently, for the second year in a row, for 39 cents a pound. "That, I'll guarantee you, will be the best retail price in the market. We're passing a great value on to our customers," said Bill ...

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