South Korea is much more than Psy’s pop single “Gangnam Style” or the TV series “M*A*S*H,” which lasted three times longer than the actual Korean conflict. It’s one of the most remarkable modern economic success stories. The Eighth United States Army, about 29,000 strong, has long had a front row seat, but most Americans have not. Starting with the ’88 Olympics coming out party, South Korea has arrived. For U.S. OTC brand owners, it’s inevitably an A-list market.
ShopRite is joining forces with prescription benefits manager Paramount Rx this November for National Diabetes Awareness Month, hosting free blood glucose screenings at select ShopRite locations.
Diplomat Pharmacy has announced big changes to its leadership team, including a new president and the departure of its CFO.
Among the reasons for the name change was the organization’s expansion beyond its founders’ focus on biotechnology.
Dr. Reddy’s Laboratoreis and Gland Pharma have announced a strategic collaboration to market and distribute eight injectable generics.
Auvi-Q includes a voice-prompt system to guide a user through the delivery process and a needle that automatically retracts after being administered.
Trubrand was exclusively launched through Kroger, and distribution is now being expanded to include Target, Walgreens, Giant Eagle and HEB.
Popular natural baby brand Sprout Foods has launched clear pouches for its line of organic baby food.
More than four in 10 (43%) holiday shoppers surveyed expect they will use retailers' "buy online, pick up in store" feature, Deloitte reported.