NEW YORK — Supermarkets have up until now dabbled with retail health clinics in their stores with Kroger and Safeway making an effort with clinics in the grocery environment. With clinic growth projected to continue in drug chains and mass merchandisers, supermarkets might be expected to ramp up their wellness services by adding more clinics, say some industry observers. “Drug stores and mass merchandisers have done better with clinics than food stores,” said Bruce Carlson, publisher of ...

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