BALTIMORE -- Pharmacists attending the Food Marketing Institute's annual Pharmacy Conference here view whole health as a vital competitive strategy that will win supermarkets greater market share in a big consumer-driven movement. More than 450 people turned out for this year's meeting, April 18 to 20, which was themed on whole-health issues. Although still in its infancy, the whole-health concept is likely to become a major trend in supermarket retailing and the pharmacist will play a ...

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