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Stater Bros. introduces personal vitamin recommendation program

BY Allison Cerra

SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — Stater Bros. is helping customers find which vitamin supplements are best for them.

Stater Bros. said that customers who fill out a free, five-minute personal health survey on its website or with one of its in-store pharmacists are provided with recommendations based on their lifestyles and needs, thanks to the retailer’s partnership with Top Care, a vitamins and supplements brand.

The recommendations used in this personal health survey have been approved by health professionals at the University of Illinois and are based on a conservative subset of 25 clinically supportive and science-based supplements, Stater Bros. said.

"Stater Bros. remains committed to its valued customers," stated Jack Brown, Stater Bros. chairman and CEO. "We are proud to offer this innovative program free of charge to promote the health and well-being of our valued customers, and are pleased to be able to provide our valued customers with access to high-quality, affordable pharmacy services."

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A.ISLAM says:
Nov-28-2012 07:44 pm

Really excellent article and very informative by which we can learn about necessary vitamin supplements which are best for our health,Thanks.electric hot water systems

J.Leer says:
Jun-07-2012 12:58 pm

I appreciate the article. Stater Bros. is a great company. My brothers appreciate the things that the do. They provide great private label supplements. I haven't tried it ever. But My brothers like it a lot.

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Consumer confidence receives boost

BY DSN STAFF

WASHINGTON — The Conference Board said Tuesday that its Consumer Confidence Index reached its highest level in eight months as Americans grew more optimistic about the job market.

The index climbed to 60.6 this month, up from 53.3 in December. While that reading surpassed expectations, it still fell short of the 90 level that indicates a healthy consumer mindset.

The January figure was the highest since last May’s 62.7. The index has not risen above 90 since the recession began in December 2007.

However, in the Conference Board survey, the percentage of people surveyed who felt jobs were hard to get fell slightly to 43.4% from 46% in December. The share who expected to see more jobs six months from now rose to 16% from 14.2%.

While confidence has stayed weak since the recession ended in summer 2009, consumer spending has been picking up. During the 2010 holiday shopping season, sales increased at the fastest rate in six years. Economists are hoping that consumer confidence will keep improving in 2011 as the economy begins to show greater signs of strength and unemployment declines.

The jobless rate fell to 9.4% in December from 9.8% in November, but the economy added only 103,000 jobs. Employers added 1.1 million jobs for all of 2010, or about 94,000 a month. The nation still has 7.2 million fewer jobs than it did in December 2007, when the recession began. But many economists expect the nation will create twice as many jobs this year as it did last year.

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Virginia Cox joins 3D

BY Michael Johnsen

WASHINGTON — 3D Communications on Tuesday announced that Virginia Cox will join its team of communication and healthcare experts, effective Feb. 1.

Cox comes to 3D from the Consumer Healthcare Products Association, where she was SVP communications and strategic initiatives. Cox served as the chief strategist for the association’s external communications efforts surrounding regulatory and legislative issues impacting the pharmaceutical industry.

Over the course of her career, Cox has served as a senior aide to Commissioner Jane Henney at the Food and Drug Administration as director of outreach and strategic initiatives, and as special assistant to Secretary Donna Shalala at the Department of Health and Human Services. She also worked in the White House as an aide to former vice president Al Gore.

“Virginia not only has vast experience and knowledge of the regulatory, public affairs, advocacy and education landscape, she also brings tremendous insight and intelligence from both her government and pharmaceutical experience,” stated 3D Communications partner Cindy DiBiasi. “Her perspective will be a valuable asset to our clients.”

Cox received her undergraduate degree from the University of California, Los Angeles, and her law degree from Georgetown University. She is a member of the Maryland Bar.

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