BALTIMORE -- Whole health is the catalyst expected to drive the supermarket pharmacist over the counter to lead the charge to wellness for grocery shoppers and food retailing in general. "As consumer wellness and whole health rapidly become the focus for supermarkets, the role of the pharmacist is also evolving, from pill dispenser to patient care provider," said Jim Cordes, director of professional services at Schnuck Markets, St. Louis, during the Food Marketing Institute's Supermarket ...

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