Pharmacists at supermarkets can play a key role when it comes to advising customers about using and complying with anti-smoking products. "With a new category there's a certain amount of consumer education that is necessary," said Steve Lauder, health care category manager with Minneapolis-based wholesaler, Supervalu. "We all know how to take an aspirin; with smoking-cessation there are different ways to use the product. Now that anti-smoking products are no longer sold by ...

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