Pharmacy customers can not only fill a prescription, but also buy special-diet foods from a nearby merchandising rack at a Bashas' store. Bashas' four 14-foot, low-profile shelving units were previously used for shaving supplies, shampoo and other health and beauty care items. The shelves now contain an assortment of low-sodium, heart-healthy and gluten-free foods. “Now, if a person is filling his cholesterol medication, he can't help but notice a variety of ...

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