PLEASANTON, Calif. — Safeway's rollout of $4 generic drugs this month aims to boost convenience and savings, said a company spokesperson. While the timing of the program is a welcome bonus to shoppers, who are being strained by high food and fuel prices, compared to other retail competitors, Safeway is late to the table with its program. Safeway introduced the program, which includes 300 generic drugs, in its Texas division in March. It was made available in Chicago, District of Columbia, ...

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