Supermarket pharmacists are making more recommendations of cough, cold, allergy and flu products than they used to. These recommendations are also more likely to include store brands. These were some of the findings of a national survey conducted by Supermarket Pharmacy on cough, cold, allergy and flu products recommended by supermarket pharmacists. This is the second-annual study covering these product categories, allowing for comparison with last year's results. Two more survey ...
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