Supermarkets are improving their value image by giving price hikes on selected items the boot. Grocery costs are expected to rise as the nation copes with the effects of the summer’s crippling drought across the Midwest. To help gain loyalty during the uncertainty, several chains have implemented “price freezes” or “price locks” on everyday items. Promising set prices on strategically selected products means no temporary price reductions for shoppers, but ...

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