CHICAGO -- The number of supermarket pharmacies is expected to grow 15% in 1994, according to "The Food Marketing Industry Speaks," a survey conducted by the Food Marketing Institute and released at FMI's annual convention here last month. More than three-quarters of responding companies said they plan to add or build in-store pharmacies in 1994. 000 to $25,000 for the middle 50% of pharmacies. The median number of prescriptions dispensed per day per pharmacy was 115, ranging from 90 to 186 ...

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