Despite the recession, consumer demand for health and wellness products remains high, although many are looking for value-priced alternatives. Private-label over-the-counter remedies, more selective purchasing of supplements and increased use of pharmacy discount generics programs are all part of the 2009 wellness picture, according to retailers and other experts contacted by SN. While people in dire financial straits may take draconian measures, even they are making choices recognizing ...

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