SAN DIEGO - PrairieStone Pharmacy, Minneapolis, has experienced an unexpected benefit of having its highly automated pharmacy inside of supermarkets: high crossover sales of related health and beauty care products, especially those in the over-the-counter categories. When PrairieStone's business model originated, crossover sales were not one of the company's main objectives; however, it has become a noticeable benefit, said Marvin Richardson, president and chief executive officer of the ...

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