ROCHESTER, N.Y. —Wegmans Food Markets here said Thursday it would freeze prices on a range of items from Jan. 8 through April 28, following an 11-month price freeze that the company said cost it $8 million in 2011. This year's list includes 223 SKUs of more than 50 different commonly used products, Wegmans said, mostly under its own brand. "Customers wrote us, or stopped us in the store, to say how much easier it was to budget and shop knowing they could count on ...
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