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Cincinnati Kroger Co. said Tuesday that its in-store pharmacies will expand their generic drug program starting Wednesday.
The move will enable the supermarket chain to offer many 90-day prescriptions for $10. Kroger’s pharmacies are also increasing the number of women’s health medications, and making them available for $9 in 30-day supplies, or $24 for a 90-day supply.
The new program augments Kroger’s original initiative introduced last fall that enables shoppers to purchase more than 300 generic drugs prescribed in 30-day supplies for $4.
The program is available across Kroger’s multiple banners, including Kroger, Baker's, City Market, Dillons, Food 4 Less, Fred Meyer, Fry's, Gerbes, Hilander, Jay C, King Soopers, Owen's, Pay Less, Ralphs, Scott's, Smith's and QFC stores.