More consumers want to do the right thing for themselves and the environment, and retailers can help
From supporting sustainability to finding affordable medications, supermarkets' nonfood customers are focused on the well-being of themselves, their families and the places they live. For example, a November survey of 1,000 consumers age 18 and older conducted by the National Community Pharmacists Association, Alexandria, Va., found that 62% of Americans would support allowing retail pharmacists to dispense specific drugs that currently require a doctor's prescription. These numbers hold ...
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