PHILADELPHIA -- Supermarket prices are lower than those of drug stores and aren't much higher than those of mass merchandisers in the analgesics category, according to a survey conducted by consumer panelists. The range of prices found throughout supermarkets nationwide for leading analgesic stockkeeping units, however, is much broader than it is for competing classes of trade. These results were found in a survey for The Shopper Report Consumer Network, a group of 5,000 shoppers ...

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