Health and wellness has been a frequently invoked mantra as food retailers try to emphasize the many products and services in their stores that support a healthy lifestyle. But will more retailers move more deeply into the health and wellness business by opening health clinics? The number of in-store clinics, which have had a checkered history since their inception in 2000, currently stands at 1,397, about two-thirds at CVS/pharmacy and Walgreens stores, and the rest (450) at Wal-Mart ...

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