ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Wegmans here launched a marketing campaign yesterday that highlights its prices now, as compared to prices one year ago. For the next few weeks, weekly print ads will make the price comparison, and signs on shelves will point out key items that are priced lower now than they were last year, according to the retailer. Last November Wegmans announced it would lower hundreds of prices on frequently purchased products. "At the time of these 2008 price cuts, Wegmans still ...

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