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    Famima Lowers Prices on Takeout Food

    The temporary cuts are meant to help consumers stretch dollars during the recession.

    FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif. -- The Fountain Valley Famima store temporarily lowered prices on dozens of deli and takeout meals, with discounts ranging from 50 cents to $1.50, according to a report in the OC Register.

    "It is the toughest time for everyone, but people at Fountain Valley are great and supporting Famima," a company executive said of the discount in the report.

    Prices dropped on some of the convenience store’s most popular to-go items: panini sandwiches, wraps, salads and rice bowls. The markdowns will continue for another few weeks.

    The chain’s Culver City store has also lowered prices, the report stated.

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