Hy-Vee opens fifth Fairfield location
FAIRFIELD, Iowa — Hy-Vee has opened a new store in Fairfield, Iowa, its fifth since it began operations there 60 years ago, the company said.
Hy-Vee said the store would include a pharmacy with drive-through service, foods for special dietary needs, natural and organic foods, an in-store dietitian, an attached wine and liquor store and a Hy-Vee Club Room for meetings, classes and events.
The company opened its first store in 1950 in Fairfield, a town of about 9,500 in southeastern Iowa.
Marsh Supermarkets CEO makes exit
INDIANAPOLIS — Marsh Supermarkets CEO Frank Lazaran is leaving the company, according to published reports.
The Indianapolis Star reported Tuesday that Lazaran was leaving after having led the company — based in the Indianapolis suburb of Fishers, Ind. — for four years.
The original owners, the Marsh family, sold the chain to Florida-based Sun Capital Partners in 2006 for $325 million.
Bayer markets Arctic Wonder NKO in the United States
LAVAL, Quebec — Neptune Technologies & Bioressources last week announced that Bayer HealthCare’s consumer care division formally has launched its Arctic Wonder proprietary Neptune Krill Oil in the United States following a successful market test.
Bayer’s market test, conducted over the last year with NKO under its Arctic Wonder brand, was performed in the U.S. Internet direct-response e-commerce channel of trade.
"The Acasti management team is delighted by the relationship Neptune has developed with Bayer,” stated Tina Sampalis, president of Acasti Pharma, a Neptune Technologies subsidiary. “This is yet another significant milestone for Neptune’s strategic planning, which will help NKO achieve extensive consumer awareness and appreciation.”