PITTSBURGH — Giant Eagle here dropped prices an average of 23% on more than 100 popular produce items last week, according to a report in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The company estimates that the price cuts will total more than $32 million annually. Giant Eagle's Pittsburgh-area circulars last week featured buy-one, get-one-free deals on bagged salads and California strawberries, as well as two-for-$3 deals on celery bunches and half-pound packages of mushrooms. A separate page of the ad ...

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