“Honey, I'll stop at Walgreens on the way home and pick up dinner.” That might not be a commonly heard statement today, but it could become more prevalent than traditional supermarkets would like in the coming years. Deerfield, Ill.-based Walgreen Co. has long incorporated grocery offerings into its product mix, but the company is now thought to be taking it to another level, with an expanded effort in fresh and prepared foods that seeks to make the store a more frequent destination for ...
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