Why the supermarket is being targeted by drug-price cartels

A drug cartel is targeting supermarket stores in the United States, according to a new report by The Irish News.

The cartels are using similar tactics to those used to buy drugs from a pharmacy.

The latest tactic is a drug-trafficking ring using a sophisticated system of technology to exploit online platforms to launch and manage online campaigns, and then sell counterfeit drugs on the open market.

The cartel targets a number of stores in key areas including Target, Wal-Mart and Costco, The Irish Independent reported on Thursday.

The investigation by The Independent reveals the tactics used by the drug cartel to infiltrate these retail chains.

The drug cartel uses a website to lure customers into clicking on a link on a website and purchasing counterfeit drugs.

It then uses the link to download counterfeit drugs for sale on the dark web marketplace.

The counterfeit drugs are then shipped to customers, who can then buy the counterfeit drugs at these retailers.

The drugs are often bought online and then sold on the black market in order to fund the operation.

The report states that the drug cartels are targeting the largest grocery chains in the US, including Kroger, Sam’s Club, and Kroger Supercenter.

The article also said the cartels are also targeting Costco, which is currently in a legal fight with the drug company over the sale of counterfeit goods.

The companies have been battling a lawsuit brought by a number drug users who allege the drugstore chain has been selling counterfeit drugs, in order for customers to make money off the drugs, the report said.

Costco, which has not yet filed a response, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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