Offers 90-day prescriptions for $10 and Increases the Number of Women's
Health Medications Offered at a Discount
CINCINNATI, May 13 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Starting tomorrow, The Kroger Co.'s (NYSE: KR) in-store pharmacies will expand their generic drug program -- offering customers lower prices and additional drug choices to meet their health needs. The retailer is offering 90-day prescriptions for only $10 on its expanded generic drug program. Kroger pharmacies are also increasing the number of women's health medications offered at a discounted price.
The program is available at Kroger family stores nationwide under the following banners: 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.
This new initiative expands the program Kroger introduced last fall
that provides a $4 price for more than 300 generic drugs prescribed in
30-day supplies. It also complements several other programs Kroger is
offering customers to help them stretch their household budgets, including:
-- Kroger's tax relief gift card program that offers customers free
groceries when they turn their economic stimulus checks or direct
deposits into Kroger gift cards.
-- Ongoing fuel rewards programs offered in Kroger's family of stores.
-- The retailer's unmatched line of quality private label products offered
at great prices.
"Our expanded generic drug program is another example of the many ways
we at Kroger are making it easier for customers to stretch their dollars
farther for the staples they need for their families," said Don McGeorge,
president and chie
|SOURCE The Kroger Co.|
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