Supermarkets are accelerating their installation of drive-through windows for pharmacies. Mothers with sick children, elderly patients, and customers who simply want to pick up their medication without making a full grocery trip are flocking to pharmacies that provide drive-through services. Supermarkets, like Giant Eagle, Pittsburgh; the Kroger Co., Cincinnati; Safeway, Pleasanton, Calif.; Hannaford Bros., Scarborough, Maine; and Schnuck Markets, St. Louis, as well as mass merchants like ...
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