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Pharmaca promotes Janda to VP retail store operations

BY Michael Johnsen

BOULDER, Colo. Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy on Tuesday named Allison Janda as the company’s VP retail store operations.

“[Janda] has a proven record of leading our team members to success and implementing systems that maximize what Pharmaca has to offer,” stated Pharmaca’s CEO Mark Panzer. “We’re excited to see how [Janda] will expand her already pivotal role in streamlining store operations.”    

Janda joined Pharmaca in 2006 and, in her role as director of retail operations, has been instrumental in supporting significant growth in stores, implementing key initiatives and processes, and providing strong operational leadership that has produced significant improvements in store execution, training, team development, cost controls and sales growth, the company stated.

Janda earned her B.S. in fashion merchandising from Western Michigan University.

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Rx plan from Walmart, Humana arrives

BY Drug Store News Team

BENTONVILLE, Ark. Shortly after Walmart and Humana announced that they would offer a Medicare Part D prescription drug program to customers, signage in Walmart stores popped up.

 

Co-branded as the Humana Walmart-Preferred Rx Plan, the program involves a $14.80 monthly premium that is less than half the weighted 2010 national average, generic drug co-payments as low as $2 at Walmart pharmacies and no co-payments for select generics filled via Humana’s RightSource home-delivery service. Humana and Walmart said the program has the potential to save Medicare Part D enrollees as much as $450 annually.

 

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Hartz keeps dogs, owners happy with new biscuits

BY Allison Cerra

SECAUCUS, N.J. Hartz is looking to keep tails wagging with a new addition to its Crunch ‘n Clean line of dog biscuits.

New Hartz Crunch ‘n Clean Savory Flavors dog biscuits are available in three salivating flavors — braised beef, rotisserie chicken and smokehouse bacon — and contain breath-freshening crystals and DentaShield technology to prevent tartar buildup. The biscuits also include such important vitamins and minerals as iron, choline, zinc, vitamins B12 and D3, riboflavin, thiamin and niacin to promote overall health.

Hartz Crunch ‘n Clean Savory Flavors dog biscuits come in a 26-oz. package for a suggested retail price of $3.49, and are available at such retailers as Walmart, Target and Kroger.

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