MINNEAPOLIS -- The channel-blurring phenomena broke new ground in the whole health arena last week as electronics retailer Best Buy here opened its new health, wellness and technology test store, eq-life. Lund Food Holdings, Edina, Minn., a 20-store upscale traditional supermarket operator with a strong commitment to whole health programming, is playing a significant role in the early stages of the store's development. For example, PrairieStone Pharmacy, partly owned by Lund, and which ...
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