SAN FRANCISCO -- When does warehousing of pharmaceuticals make sense? Which products should be warehoused and which can be purchased more economically from the wholesaler?
To answer those questions, the pharmacy operation first has to examine what it wants from a warehouse, said Dan Ramirez, director of pharmacy at Wakefern Food Corp., Elizabeth, N.J., in a presentation at the Food Marketing Institute Supermarket Pharmacy Conference here.
Indeed, Wakefern's investment three years ago in a ...
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