PITTSBURGH — Giant Eagle here said it is launching a new round of extended price discounts, citing positive consumer reaction to its first such “Low Price Lock” program announced in October. Giant Eagle said the program provides a degree of predictability in family budgets, as the prices of the designated items will remain constant, even if product and commodity costs increase. Giant Eagle described it as a “multi-million dollar” investment in prices for ...

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