COMPTON, Calif. — Ralphs Grocery Co. here said last week it has discontinued offering double coupons and converted thousands of prices to everyday-low levels at its 248 stores in Southern California. Although other divisions of Cincinnati-based Kroger Co. have introduced similar programs, “Ralphs is one of the largest divisions to make this kind of investment in lower prices,” Kendra Doyel, group vice president, public affairs, told SN. Ralphs intends to supplement ...

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