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New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced a settlement Tuesday with the Albany-based supermarket chain. He says the company's "double coupon" promotions had restrictions that were not clear in advertising, and varied by region.
In a press release, he says Price Chopper used "deceptive business practices to mislead price-conscious consumers and extract hard-earned money from them by hindering their ability to shop competitively and save on groceries."
The Albany Times Union reports that Price Chopper's response was equally fierce. A spokesperson said the company was "appalled and disappointed by the state's inflammatory press release." And called Schneiderman's portrayal of Price Chopper false, misleading, and significantly inaccurate.