Kroger announces expanded discount generic drug program

May 15, 2008

Kroger and Wal-Mart recently announced enhancments to their in store pharmaices $4 generic drug programs.

The Kroger Co.'s 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. Kroger's announcement follows on the heels of an announcement by Wal-Mart that the retailer is launching phase three of its $4 Prescription Program, which now covers a 90-day Rx for $10, additional women's health medications, and a new $4 OTC offer. The $4 OTC program offers customers more than 1,000 OTC items priced at $4 or less without a prescription.

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