PITTSBURGH — Following other retailers, including Kroger Co., Cincinnati, and Wal-Mart Stores, Bentonville, Ark., Giant Eagle here yesterday began offering customers a 90-day supply of generic medications for $10. The retailer’s website noted that a new prescription is needed to convert from a 30-day supply — priced at $4 — to 90 days. The site said the new 90-day policy applies to “most” of the drugs in the 30-day program. “This effort will help customers to save by driving down ...

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