CINCINNATI — Stores in Kroger’s Cincinnati/Dayton region on Monday will reduce everyday prices on thousands of items in what the retailer here called a multimillion-dollar price investment.
At the same time, the 110 stores in the region will discontinue doubling and tripling manufacturer coupons. Kroger said lower prices would occur throughout the store. For example, the price on Kroger 24-pack water will drop 71 cents and the cost of a three-pound bag of onions will go down by $1 and the retail on soy milk has been reduced by $1.40.
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“We know price continues to be a top, and at times a deciding, factor when it comes to where to grocery shop,” Sukanya Madlinger, president of Kroger’s Cincinnati/Dayton Division, said in a statement. “The savings shoppers see on items they buy every week are going to be better. Every aisle, every department in the store will contain newly lowered prices on Kroger Private Label and National Brand products.”
In addition to the price reductions on groceries and merchandise, Kroger will continue to offer its Fuel Program, where customers can save up to $1 off a gallon at Kroger fuel centers; its $4 and $10 prescription program, weekly specials and themed events.
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