QUINCY, Mass. — The Stop & Shop Supermarket Co. has unveiled lower pricing on cookies and crackers. This new pricing is the latest chapter in Stop & Shop’s Value Improvement Program, which has lowered prices over the last year in several other categories, including cereal, baby care items and pet food. “Cookies and crackers are a staple of the brown-bagged school lunch,” said Stop & Shop’s consumer affairs vice president Andrea Astrachan, in a statement. “Now, with our new, lower ...

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