PRESCRIPTION SALES ROSE IN 2004, FMI REPORTS ermarkets continued their upward climb in 2004, according to preliminary results from the 2005 Supermarket Pharmacy Trends Survey released last month by the Food Marketing Institute, Washington. Meanwhile, margins held steady. The results were released during the FMI Supermarket Pharmacy Conference here. The median of the average weekly prescription sales per store rose from $40,825 in 2003 to $47,800 in 2004; the median of the average gross ...

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