Top supermarket pharmacists contemplate new strategies to solidify their business, while protecting their interests in the industry
LAS VEGAS — Supermarket retailers are weighing in on special issues designed to protect their share of the prescription drug market. In some cases, like health clinics, retailers may be facing a crapshoot. With the Food Marketing Institute's pharmacy public affairs program ramping up, executives came here earlier this month for the Arlington, Va.-based group's annual Supermarket Pharmacy Conference. As last year, it was co-located with the FMI Show. Most were bullish on prospects for ...
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