LOS ANGELES — 99 Cents Only Stores here is considering expanding its offerings of staple grocery items at prices above its 99-cent norm, Eric Schiffer, chief executive officer, told analysts this week. The chain has been testing the sale of gallons of milk for $2.50 — an experiment that was expanded in November to about 15% of its stores, he pointed out. "Obviously there are certain families, especially at the lower-income levels, who see a big difference between buying four quarts of milk ...

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