Americans' growing desire to take health and wellness into their own hands, as well as the increased health needs of aging baby boomers, will impact supermarkets' health and beauty care departments dramatically in the next few years. The number of Americans 45 to 64 years old is expected to increase by nearly 20 million by 2009, according to research firm Mintel International Group, London. The increasing costs of prescription drugs and health insurance are some of the chief concerns of ...
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