As retailers assemble the many components of their whole-health programs, they're learning early that distributor and manufacturer partners can be the glue that holds the programs together. The power of whole health rests in supermarkets' ability to leverage wellness themes across many departments, but that's a complex undertaking for chains unaccustomed to cross-category cooperation, or that lack many pharmacies, nutritionists or dietitians to help market their stores as total good-for-you ...

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