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Hoffman Estates, Ill. Kmart announced Monday that it has launched a new over-the-counter (OTC) drug program that offers customers select own-brand drugs for $1.
The American Fare Dollar Program offers 10 OTC medications from Kmart’s proprietary American Fare brand for $1 with every prescription purchase, said the company.
Most-used OTC medications in the program include aspirin, ibuprofen, children's pain reliever, baby aspirin, nasal decongestant, cough suppressant, anti-diarrhea medication and cold & allergy tablets.
The program launched at Kmart pharmacies in Florida and will be available at all Kmart pharmacies in April.