CINCINNATI — Five more banners of Kroger Co. here said last week they would offer the company’s $4 generic prescription drug program. The stores include Ralphs in Southern California; Fred Meyer and QFC in the Pacific Northwest; and City Market and King Soopers in Colorado. Over 300 generic medications are available in the $4 program, with family planning drugs priced higher. "It's important to provide good value for our customers," said Marla Frawner, director of pharmacy for City Market ...
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