PITTSBURGH — Giant Eagle here is the latest supermarket chain to roll out a 90-day generic drug program, with most prescriptions priced at $10. The retailer added the 90-day component to its $4 for a 30-day-supply offering late last month, following similar announcements first by Wal-Mart Stores, Bentonville, Ark., and then by the Kroger Co., Cincinnati, earlier in the month. The Giant Eagle and Wal-Mart programs include over 400 medications, while Kroger's has 300. Numerous other ...

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