Consumers shopping for deals are buying off-label store brand products

Consumers shopping for deals are buying off-label store brand products

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What began as a regular work day turned into a chaotic one at Geneva Jewelry at Canyon Crest Town Center in Riverside. At around 11 a.m. Saturday, two robbers wearing masks and hoodies followed a customer into the store and began smashing the display cases with hammers while loading up […]
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