Wendy Toth

Supervalu to Expand Pharmacy Program 
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — Supervalu's latest pharmacy strategy is focused on making traditional drug stores irrelevant to its customers. Our goal is to create
Georgetown Builds Healthy Customer Relationships 
Single-store Georgetown Market in Indianapolis is going back to its roots as a health food store to distinguish it from the impending entry of both a
Kroger, Physician Group Partner for Clinics Plan 
CINCINNATI — Kroger Co. here has teamed with Premier HealthNet, Dayton, Ohio, a network of more than 100 primary care physicians, to open in-store, nurse-staffed
Retailers Market Digital Photo Gifts Online 
Supermarkets with digital photo gift options on their websites offer a wide array of choices. Among the offerings SN found in a check of the websites
Still a Niche for Film 
An older technology, single-use film cameras, is still relevant in the face of digital photography, according to industry sources. One-time-use cameras
Although supermarkets have mostly watched digital photography dominate over film many of them shuttering their traditional photo labs in the wake of film's
Sustainable Style to Highlight Housewares 
NEW YORK — At this year's International Home & Housewares Show, supermarket buyers can expect two trends to infuse products at every price point: style
With one swift stroke this month, the Blu-ray Disc format appears poised to win the long-running high-definition format battle to succeed DVD. Whether
Old and New Challenges for DVD 
The high-definition format of DVD faces challenges from old and new delivery methods: standard DVD and growing online offerings. If retailers don't support
SN Year in Review 2007: Retail Pharmacy Goes to Washington 
DISAPPOINTED WITH slow and low reimbursement rates for Medicare Part D, cuts to Medicaid and legislation requiring medicine containing pseudoephedrine
SN Year in Review 2007: More Financial Services 
SUPERMARKETS ENTERED the financial-service arena this year in ways as varied as the retailers themselves. Wal-Mart Stores, Bentonville, Ark., began the
SN Year in Review 2007: The Rise of the GM Kiosk 
Supermarkets added kiosks of all types this year, most notably DVD rental machines. Giant Eagle kicked off the year by testing DVD rental kiosks from
SN Year in Review 2007: Slow and Steady Clinic Expansion 
WHILE RETAIL HEALTH clinics seemed to flow freely into stores in 2006 culminating with CVS/pharmacy's purchase of clinic provider MinuteClinic 2007 proved
SN Year in Review 2007: Gift-Giving Destination 
TO FIND THOUGHTFUL high-quality gifts, consumers needed look no further than the nearest supermarket this year. Nonfood gift options gained wide acceptance.
SN Year in Review 2007: THE SERVICE EQUATION 
Nonfood supermarket executives were attuned to the varied necessities of their customers this year and responded appropriately with both more and sometimes
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