In addition to continuing to oversee Albertsons’ store operations, Wayne Denningham will add supply chain, manufacturing, integration and marketing and merchandising to his duties as president and COO.
Although the consumer packaged goods industry is still climbing the sales charts to record heights — the industry reached $797 billion in 2016 — the engines driving that growth are beginning to sputter, according to a report from IRI and Boston Consulting Group.
The retailer will have a new assortment of healthier food, health-focused products and expanded beauty selections paired with informational signage throughout the store to help customers discover new offerings.
Daewoong Pharmaceutical’s Meroprenem is a generic of Merem, developed by AstraZeneca, as a Carbapenem-series antibiotic widely used in hospitals to treat various ailments ranging from bacterial infections to general diseases.
The new video for Suave’s #SuaveBeliever campaign features beauty influencers who were sent the fake brand evaus — actually just Suave Professionals — to try for two weeks, and captures their reaction to realizing they had been using Suave the whole time.
“Project Gigaton” will provide an emissions reduction toolkit to a broad network of suppliers seeking to eliminate one gigaton of emissions, focusing on areas such as manufacturing, materials and use of products by 2030.
Through a pilot program from Washington State University College of Pharmacy and with the Idaho Board of Pharmacy’s permission, Albertsons helped bring a pharmacy tech immunization program to its employees.
Medtronic’s patient care, deep vein thrombosis and nutritional insufficiency businesses encompass 23 product categories across multiple market settings, including such brands as Curity, Kendall, Dover, Argyle and Kangaroo.