All three of the drug chains have implemented major private-label upgrades. Among the efforts: • Walgreens is on track to double its private-label sales to $8 billion within the next five to seven years. To do so, the drug chain is in the midst of a major private-label consolidation that will pare the 75-brand program down to just a few core lines. Key to the effort was the recent launch of Nice, a 300-item line of grocery and household products. At the same time, the ...

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