Panelists from left: Raymond McCall, Ahold USA; Thomas Honer, Harvest Market IGA; and Stephanie Steiner, Unified Grocers. (Photo by Michael Kitada)
Retailers interested in pursuing health and wellness programs at their stores must be willing to make a total storewide commitment to the concept, a panel of industry executives said Thursday during a discussion at Supermarket News at Expo West in Anaheim, Calif. CONNECT WITH SN ON TWITTER Follow @SN_News for updates throughout the day. "Too often companies can be close-minded and keep doing the same old/same old," Raymond McCall, SVP of pharmacy and HBC for Ahold USA, ...
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