Left to right: Jim Nilsson, Geissler's Supermarkets; Keith Wypyszynski, Global Market Development Center; and Jonathon Tucker, Wakefern.
Retailers interested in making their stores a health and wellness destination need to be sure to let customers know they are in that business through signage and other point-of-sale materials, speakers told a workshop session Tuesday during the annual convention of the National Grocers Association in Las Vegas. Jonathon Tucker, VP, pharmacy, for Wakefern Food Corp., Keasbey, N.J., said the cooperative's ShopRite stores have adopted "a whole-store strategy for health and wellness to ...
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