is launching a price freeze on more than 2,000 products for the next 90 days, the grocer announced today.
The discounts, available in all 163 Weis supermarkets on name brand and private label items, are part of the 10th round of price freezes since 2009. The grocer, which operates in Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and West Virginia, says savings through the program have added up to $40 million.
"With price inflation on food expected to continue in 2013, we hope to help mitigate the impact on our customers with our Price Freeze program, allowing our customers to enjoy long-term value on everyday items," said Kurt Schertle, executive vice president of sales and merchandising, in the announcement.
The initiative includes discounts on grocery, frozen, dairy, meat, health, beauty care and general merchandise.
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