COMPTON, Calif. — Ralphs Grocery Co. here, a division of Cincinnati-based Kroger Co., said in a mailer to customers that it will stop doubling the value of manufacturer coupons as of April 1. Ralphs was the first Southern California chain more than 20 years ago to double coupon values. However, after April 1, it said it would accept coupons only at face value. The company also said that after April 1, all points accumulated on the chain's Rewards card would be good only for ...

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