Panelists discussing a total store approach to health and wellness included David Orgel of SN, left, Raymond McCall of Ahold, Thomas Honer of IGA and Stephanie Steiner of Unified.
Selling health and wellness must be a total store experience for it to succeed with consumers, industry executives said during a panel discussion in Anaheim, Calif., at “Supermarket News at Expo West: Driving Health and Wellness at Supermarkets.” “Health and wellness is where food and pharmacy intersect,” Raymond McCall, SVP of pharmacy for Ahold USA, Quincy, Mass., said. “It’s the relationship that develops among the pharmacist, the nutritionist, the HBA ...
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