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Price Chopper to pay $100,000 penalty over coupon policy

Exterior of the Golub headquarters in Schenectady. Golub is the owner of Price Chopper supermarkets.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Exterior of the Golub headquarters in Schenectady. Golub is the owner of Price Chopper supermarkets.
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Price Chopper will pay a penalty of $100,000 because of unclear advertising of its double coupon policy, the state Attorney General’s Office said on Tuesday. Advertisements from May 2011 until May 2012 didn’t clearly disclose restrictions on the company’s double coupon policy, according to an assurance of discontinuance agreement between state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office and Price Chopper. Schneiderman’s office said the lack of full and obvious disclosure led some consumers to believe that ...

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