ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Last week, Wegmans Food Markets demonstrated to customers that the prices in its stores have kept pace with falling commodity and fuel costs, by using its weekly flier to compare current prices on many items with prices from one year ago. “I have a sense that shoppers need to be reassured,” Chief Executive Officer Danny Wegman said in a release. “They need to know that we have kept our eye on the ball. That we monitor prices very closely and take steps to control our costs ...

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