A 10-store test in which Save-A-Lot grocery offerings have been added to existing Rite Aid drug stores are doubling grocery and HBC volumes at the locations, Rite Aid officials said. “The stores have done extremely well since opening and as a group are comping up over 100% on the front end, with pharmacy running consistent with the trends before the conversion,” said John Standley, president and chief executive officer, Rite Aid, based in Camp Hill, Pa. “Feedback from ...
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