LOS ANGELES — The criminal branch of the City Attorney's office here filed a multi-count criminal complaint Wednesday against Ralphs Grocery Co. and its corporate parent, the Kroger Co., alleging they were overcharging customers on prepackaged and weighed products. Similar charges were filed against Ralphs in 2008 and 2009, for which the chain paid fines totaling nearly $17,000. Meghan Glynn, a spokeswoman for Cincinnati-based Kroger, said the company “takes allegations such as these ...

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