Cincinnati — Less than a month after Wal-Mart expanded its $4 generic prescription drug program, Kroger Co. here launched one of its own in many divisions and banners. Kroger began offering 30-day supplies of more than 300 generic drugs for $4 in its Ohio, Illinois, Kentucky, New Mexico, Nebraska, Indiana and Florida stores earlier this month. It had previously tested such a program in selected markets. Wal-Mart's $4 generics program, introduced last year and expanded in late September, ...

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