, a consumer education website, just conducted a pricing survey in the Boston area, tracking 25 common grocery items — both foods and household products. It found the average drugstore charged 50 percent more than the least expensive supermarket: $102.94 vs. $68.55 for the basket of goods studied.
Stores in the survey included: Walgreens, Rite Aid, CVS, Stop & Shop, Shaw’s and Market Basket. Moneywatch.com
takes a look at which items will cost you more at the drugstore.
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