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Lipstick Diaries: Glamorizing Beauty Care 
Retailers add color to their beauty departments with in-store consultations, exclusive product lines, soft lighting and more.
Pharmacies Fight Diabetes 
Retail pharmacists are forging strong patient bonds under UnitedHealth Group’s Diabetes Control Program.
It Takes Two 
After years of quiet cohabitation on the shelf, the success of private labels has given way to competitive tension between retailers and national-brand
Paper Towel Takeover 
A more informal lifestyle has led consumers to care less about which paper product is being used for what, and paper towels have become a stand-in for
Naturally Better 
Retailers have answered the call to environmental waste challenges with innovative paper product offerings. According to the 2008 Household Paper Products
Roll Call 
Paper products have traditionally posed a challenge for the average consumer looking to save money without skimping on value, retailers told SN. To remedy
Health Aids 
WITH A SHAKY ECONOMY and unemployment numbers at a 14-year high, consumers feeling the need to buy less are inherently motivated to plan ahead. One of
Carrying the right product mix in a Hispanic-format store depends on the specific Hispanic nationalities prevalent within a particular area, said Luis
We Are Family 
For members of the burgeoning U.S. Hispanic population, an ethnic section in an elusive corner of the store just isn't going to cut it. That's why mainstream
Whole Foods' Own Personal Care Product Standards 
Whole Foods Market, Austin, Texas, recently developed a seal called Premium Body Care. The seal marks products sold at Whole Foods that meet the retailer's
Personal care products that stake a claim on being natural are multiplying. Consumer demand for natural and organic health and beauty care items is growing,
Stop & Shop Tests HBC Kiosk in Five Stores 
QUINCY, Mass. — Stop & Shop Supermarket Co. here is testing an in-store kiosk that carries the traditionally mail-order facial care system Proactiv Solution,
The cough, cold and allergy category has had a case of the hiccups. First came the methamphetamine laws that pulled pseudoephedrine products off the shelves
Alternative Cures for Children's Coughs and Colds 
Following the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's October recommendation that children ages 2 to 6 should not use cough and cold medicines, and the ruling
Green Movement: Putting a Price on the Environment 
Even a recession won't quell the green movement, but a price reduction wouldn't hurt, industry observers told SN. The green trend is bigger than the current
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