BALTIMORE -- Whole health, if well-planned, can stand on its own as an attraction and service for supermarket shoppers, said Jackie Legg, vice president for solution shopping at Ukrop's Super Markets, Richmond, Va. Legg addressed a gathering of 100 supermarket executives, pharmacists, suppliers and academics during a workshop at the Food Marketing Institute's 12th Annual Supermarket Pharmacy Conference held here last month. "Whole health is going to present you with an entirely new way to ...
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