NEW YORK -- The Edwards Super Food Stores chain in this market has been alerting consumers that it is passing down manufacturer allowances to them "penny for penny" through its weekly circulars and in-store "Bonus Buy" shelf tags. As a result of the program, Edwards is advertising Bonus Buys with unusual prices in its circulars, such as 88 cents for a 2-liter bottle of Pepsi, $4.05 for a 128-ounce container of Arizona iced tea, $1.37 for a 29-ounce can of Libby's sliced peaches or pears and ...

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