NATICK, Mass. -- BJ‘s Wholesale Club here said yesterday it would close all 46 of its in-store pharmacies, as well as its two ProFoods restaurant supply stores, as part of a restructuring under interim Chief Executive Officer Herb Zarkin. Citing “self-inflicted” struggles for sales and membership growth, Zarkin said BJ‘s would reduce SKU selection, sharpen pricing, curb new club growth, and improve marketing and merchandising. The announcements, which also included the return of former ...

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