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2/15/19 - Discount chain shakes up local pharmacies
Times are proving tough for pharmacies trading close to Chemist Warehouse stores. The Herald understands small pharmacies located near and around Chemist Warehouse stores in Auckland have been impacted by the Australian retail giant s booming trade. Chemist Warehouse, known for its large towering rainbow-coloured discount stores, entered the New
2/15/19 - Zip adds Chemist Warehouse to buy now pay later service [Algeria Press Service]
Buy now pay later provider Zip has announced that customers will soon be able to pay in-store and online at Australia`s largest retail pharmacy chain, Chemist Warehouse, under a new partnership with parent company CW Retail Services. Chemist Warehouse joins an ever-growing list of retail giants on the Zip platform, including Bunnings, Target and Of
2/14/19 - Alipay enters deal to expand mobile payment acceptance at Walgreens
Alipay is partnering with Walgreens to bring its mobile payment platform to the U.S. pharmacy chain, allowing millions of Chinese visitors to make payments at the point of sale, according to a press release. Alipay is available at 3,000 Walgreens stores in the U.S. and will now expand to 7,000 locations. Walgreens has more than 9,560 stores in the
2/14/19 - Kansas woman sues over prescription pet foods that her lawyer calls a 'fake pharmacy' [The Kansas City Star]
Kucharski-Berger filed the suit Tuesday in Johnson County District Court and seeks class action status to represent all Kansas consumers in her situation. The suit says that prescription pet food contains no drug or ingredient that requires FDA approval or a prescription under federal or Kansas law. A spokesman for Colgate Palmolive Co., which owns
2/13/19 - CVS introduces new concept store with more health care, less retail
Someday soon you may walk into your local CVS Pharmacy with your prescription in one hand and your yoga mat in the other. The drug store chain, one of America's largest retailers, is debuting three HealthHUB locations in Houston as it heads toward a future with less space devoted to retail goods like seasonal items. Merlo told USA TODAY in November
2/13/19 - NACDS Urges DIR Fee Reform in Statement to House Ways and Means Committee
The National Association of Chain Drug Stores issued the following news release:. The National Association of Chain Drug Stores today submitted a statement to the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Ways and Means for the hearing titled "The Cost of Rising Prescription Drug Prices."
2/13/19 - NACDS, NCPA Thank Patient, Consumer Groups for Taking Important Stance on DIR Fee Reform
The National Association of Chain Drug Stores issued the following news release:. The National Association of Chain Drug Stores and the National Community Pharmacists Association today lauded 24 patient and consumer groups for advocating for pharmacy direct and indirect remuneration fee reform. In a letter to Health and Human Services Secretary Ale
2/13/19 - Town crier: Feb. 13, 2019
Board of Education: The Sumter County Board of Education holds its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Feb. 14 in the Sumter County Board of Education Building, 100 Learning Lane. Tree Sale: The Americus Kiwanis Club's annual tree sale is from 8-11 a.m. Feb. 16 at Lenny's Market and Clinic Drug Store. Black History Event: Harlem Nights- A Celebration of Blac
2/10/19 - Walgreens has worst record of selling tobacco to kids
Walgreens has the worst track record among all pharmacies when it comes to selling tobacco products to minors, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Thursday. The Deerfield, Ill.- based pharmacy chain has racked up nearly 1,800 violations since 2010 for selling tobacco products to kids, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said. I will be writin
2/9/19 - Rural residents may soon be able to visit pharmacy of their choice
When the 416 Fire shut down U.S. Highway 550 last summer and nearly marooned the tiny town of Silverton, registered nurse Lois MacKenzie traveled 60 miles to Montrose to get prescriptions for her patients. "We'd run to three or four different pharmacies," said MacKenzie, who shared duties picking up prescription drugs with employees of the Silvert
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