ARLINGTON, Va. — A new report from the Food Marketing Institute here shows the supermarket pharmacy business to be healthy, and expanding in services and tie-in opportunities. Among other findings, “Supermarket Pharmacy Trends 2008” reports that key benchmarks are up significantly from 2002 to 2007, including median number of prescriptions filled per day, median percentage of prescription sales from generic drugs, media percentage of prescription sales to total store sales, and median of ...
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