Ricola, a manufacturer of herb drops, on Wednesday announced the introduction of Revitalizing Herb Drops, which work to restore energy.
Krusteaz — a maker of baking, pancake and waffle mixes — on Tuesday debuted its first line of gluten-free products, which will be available at most grocery stores across the country.
Drug Store News has learned that Bryan Pugh, Walgreens VP U.S. merchandising, program development and execution, has left the company as of last week.
As many as 20% of American adults already own a wearable device, and the adoption rate — on par with that of tablets in 2012 — is expected to rise quickly.
Walgreens announced the availability of Apple Pay at Walgreens and Duane Reade drug stores nationwide.
Tic Tac mints, a brand from Ferrero U.S.A., is introducing a new treat for Halloween.
The complex interplay between online and in-person shopping in the United States has tilted slightly in favor of bricks-and-mortar retailers.
Starbucks Coffee Company continues to extend its mobile offerings. The coffee giant will launch mobile ordering in its locations in the Portland, Ore., area by year end, with a full rollout nationwide in 2015.
Jelly Belly Candy Co. will issue the ultimate trick-or-treat challenge to fans with its BeanBoozled jelly beans, which take classic Jelly Belly bean flavors and pair them with odd-tasting lookalikes.
Synder's of Hanover will bring Munich's iconic Oktoberfest directly to consumers with new, limited-edition Oktoberfest pretzels.