CINCINNATI — With the addition of its West Coast divisions, the Kroger Co. here has expanded its $4 generic prescription drug program to all 1,900 of its pharmacies, according to spokeswoman Meghan Glynn. Kroger has 2,486 supermarkets in 31 states, she noted.
Finishing a process that began last year with tests in Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio, Kroger earlier this month first added its Mid-Atlantic region and then, a few days later, five Western banners to the program. With the addition of ...
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