WASHINGTON — The recently passed Drug Quality and Security Act will enable greater traceability and improved detection and removal of potentially dangerous drugs from the supply chain, said FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg during a press conference Monday.
AUSTIN, Texas — Green Mountain Coffee Roasters hopes to take back some of the single-serve coffee business that was lost to private-label marketers and other me-too makers of Keurig-compatible coffee pods when patents on the technology expired last year. The coffee maker will introduce Keurig 2.0 — a brewing system that will only work with official K-Cups and roasters who’ve licensed K-Cup technology.
KEASBEY, N.J. — ShopRite’s new rewards program allows shoppers to earn points toward free groceries when they shop at 1,000 stores, including Macy’s, Best Buy, Old Navy, Kohl’s, Gap and Bloomingdales, via ShopRite’s online mall.
WASHINGTON — FDA is issuing a proposed rule that would allow generic drug manufacturers to independently update and distribute product labeling, just as brand name manufacturers are permitted to do now.
WASHINGTON — It was business as usual in pet food aisles last week despite the Food and Drug Administration’s request that veterinarians and pet owners help it investigate why jerky treats are making pets sick, retailers told SN.
WARMINSTER, Pa. — ShopRite shoppers here are navigating the federally run Health Insurance Marketplace
with assistance from a hospital concierge, under the store's Health Connections by Doylestown Hospital program .
NEW YORK — Starbucks opened the first of what could grow into a chain of 1,000 tea houses over the next five to 10 years, in a posh neighborhood just off Central Park on Manhattan’s Upper East Side last week.