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    Bi-Lo Lowers Prescription Drug Prices

    The grocer aims to help shoppers trying to make ends meet.


    Concerned about how its shoppers are faring in this down economy, Bi-Lo Supermarkets has slashed prices for over 400 generic prescription drugs. The grocer now offers commonly prescribed drugs at $4 for a 30-day supply and $10 for a 90-day supply.

    Among the medications covered by the program are those that treat such common health issues as high cholesterol, diabetes, arthritis, asthma, heart disease and skin conditions. A complete list of participating generic drugs is available at www.bi-lo.com.

    "Bi-Lo is always looking for ways to make life easier for customers, and this program is not only simple, it could, in some cases, literally be a lifesaver as people struggle to make ends meet," noted pharmacy director Curtis Hardin.

    To take part in the free program, Bi-Lo customers will need a Bonuscard, to which a special sticker will be added.

    The company joins such grocery retailers as Wegmans, Weis Markets and Albertsons, LLC in offering customers lower-cost generic drugs.

    Mauldin, S.C.-based Bi-Lo operates 215 supermarkets in South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and Tennessee.

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