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Glen’s Markets launches generic discount program


GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. A supermarket chain in the Midwest has launched a generic discount program.

Glen’s Markets announced Friday that all of its pharmacies serving communities throughout northern Michigan will begin selling 30-day supplies of more than 300 generic drugs for $4 and 90-day supplies for $10.

“Our expanded generic drug program is another example of the many ways we are making it easier for customers to stretch their food, healthcare and household dollars,” EVP merchandising Alan Hartline stated. “Our customers can continue to rely on the expert health counsel and friendly service our team of professional pharmacists consistently offer.”

The Grand Rapids, Mich.-based chain gradually has introduced the program in its stores that have pharmacies. Glen’s Markets is the latest chain to offer a generic discount program since Walmart began the trend in 2006.

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