PITTSBURGH — Giant Eagle expanded its $4 generic prescription program this month to include over 400 medications in 20 therapeutic categories. Originally launched in late 2006 with just over 300 drugs, the program covers 30-day supplies. In addition, the retailer reduced prices on hundreds of over-the-counter health and beauty items. “Approximately 20% of all prescriptions dispensed at Giant Eagle are currently generic drugs included in the program,” Giant Eagle spokesman Dan Donovan told ...

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