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Articles from Chain Drug Review (July 3, 1995)

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A look at where mass market consumers shop - and why. 1000
A serious product with a whimsical name. 800
AAi committed to retail partners. 720
Action expands mass distribution. 662
American Drug Stores posts 10% income gain in period. 855
American Drug Stores, Geneva to operate PBM. 524
American Safety Razor targets niche markets. 812
Appeal of combos is on rise. 774
Aqua Velva Ice wins adherents. 548
As a private company, Harco is able to think long term. 719
Autumn Harp aims to set new standard for skin care. 1041
Beauty sections present opportunity to build overall sales. Underhill, Paco 895
Belvedere expands hair care line. 638
Benckiser is powerhouse in several product segments. 911
BioCosmetic helps shake up the ethnic skin care category. 792
Bonne Bell taps into youth market. 1017
Breath Asure focuses on increasing brand awareness. 589
Cabot launches drive to build sales at retail. 1372
Can-Am targets value-price arena. 678
Cane & Able champions category. 543
Chain builds on existing strengths. 722
Chain drug stocks remain top performers. 813
Chain expands definition of community retail Rx. 1073
Chain gets maximum impact from ads. 658
Chain offers broad assortment. 698
Chains sue drug makers over pricing. 568
Chesebrough finds new ways to drive sales. 544
Church & Dwight targets premium end. 807
Clairol spurs growth in hair color. 692
CNS concentrates on Breathe Right. 639
Community drug chains play pivotal role in industry. Pinto, David 821
Company keeps abreast of trends. 988
Consumer needs drive Strength Systems. 596
Cosmetically Sealed carves a niche in cosmetics. 1015
Cosmetics are integral part of mix. 697
Coty taps into upscale fragrance business. 803
Court okays creditor-approved Revco reorganization plan. 802
Creation of Thrifty PayLess prelude to further growth. 631
Deep discounters prove tenacious. 839
Del ties its success to that of retailers. 712
Dial's emphasis on chains pays off. 716
Direct To Retail takes long-term approach to 'as seen on TV.' (home health products)(The 1995 National Association of Chain Drug Stores Marketplace Conference) 652
Dolisos debuts cough/cold items. 656
DQI helps create demand for alternative designer scents. 793
Drug chains an ideal channel for Freeman. 606
Drug chains benefit from strong sales of Kiss nail care line. 1295
Drug chains protest Rx pricing policies. 626
Duracell stresses year-round business. 613
Eckerd is put on selling block. 869
Emphasis on health care services attracts shoppers to drug chains. 704
Emson on cutting edge of direct-response marketing. 1358
Eveready continues to broaden offerings. 592
F&M reaping benefits from new store design. Vogel, Mike 637
FDA stance on Rx information draws fire. 501
Flexibility proves to be key asset for Physicians Formula. 1327
Focus at Harco is on responding to customer needs. 965
FoxMeyer beefs up capabilities. 787
Frontier offers prepaid calling cards. 679
Fuji covers all bases in the photo category. 676
Gains better than expected in H&BA business in quarter. Gurin, Kenneth 1207
GenDerm turns Zostrix into profit leader. 700
Genovese targets homeopathy. 585
Gillette aims to increase value of razors and blades category. 1256
Gillette charts its own course. 909
Globalux brings its bath care line to the U.S market. 1027
GPIA hails patent decision. 786
Hall debuts Health Essentials line. 571
Hallmark keeps close eye on emerging market trends. 1003
Happy Harry's earns reputation as 'Delaware's drug store.' (Happy Harry's Inc.)(America's Top Community Drug Chains) 1075
Happy Harry's nurtures GM. 920
Happy Harry's operations based on teamwork. 814
Happy Harry's targets home health. 745
Harco - the best community drug chain. 745
Harco stresses core categories. 714
Harco varies beauty products mix. 775
Hawaiian Legend to boost presence at chains. 673
Health-Mark stresses quality in private label test kits. 581
Human factors a key consideration in checkout design. Lehman, Katherine 803
IBD responds to consumer demand in nail care. 639
Industry assesses outline of Clinton health care plan. 609
J.B. Williams restages Cepacol. 748
Jean Coutu to buy 221 Brooks outlets. 748
Johnson Products fortifies position with acquisitions. 847
Karlen stresses full-line programs. 561
Kneipp sees opportunity in therapeutic bath products. 615
Kodak offerings are designed to expand total photo segment. 1041
Kroger-Hook deal moving through approval process. 511
L'Oreal bolsters cosmetics line. 996
L'Oreal breaking new ground with hair care ingredient. 624
Last unit opens under Dart logo; Fantle's banner in offing. 674
Lever becomes more responsive to drug chains. 1271
LifeScan touts diabetes testing. 773
Mace Security offers a diverse line. 812
Major chains eye Gray Drug Fair. 681
Marlyn doubles the size of its cosmeceuticals line. 846
May's alters ad strategy to maximize exposure. 396
May's success a testimony to community retailing. 942
Medi-Link promotes O-T-C sales. 702
Mentholatum makes innovation a priority. 582
Merchandise mix at Happy Harry's meets local needs. 770
Merck-Medco deal raises questions. 684
NACDS eyes Medicaid proposals. 619
NACDS leads retail Rx into 3rd party. 804
NACDS Marketplace gets under way. 661
NaturaLife expects line to benefit from the addition of health claims. 709
Navarro is looking beyond pharmacy. 726
Navarro makes use of latest in retail technology. 621
Neighborhood strategy makes Navarro force in Miami market. 1345
New Del cold sore remedy a first. 773
Noritsu introduces automatic processor. 617
Novopharm sees continued growth. 554
Nutraceutical market attracts more players. 689
P&G puts emphasis on color in Cover Girl cosmetics line. 730
P&S uses TV ads to help drive sales of alternative remedies. 627
Pacific World brings new twist to nail care. 632
Panama Jack poised for major mass market sun care launch. 757
Parfums Visions stresses quality. 643
Partnerships key for Jean Philippe. 654
Partnerships with retailers fortify American Greetings. 1008
Pavion fills niches in cosmetics market. 546
Pay 'n Save buy boosts Thrifty. 710
Pepcid breaks new ground in O-T-C antacid market. 816
Pepsi helps retailers capitalize on soft drink segment. 1222
Phar-Mor: Monus defrauded chain. 842
Pharmacy service is cornerstone of Harco's business. 1158
Phytonutrients are a priority at Leiner. 552
Professional backing spurs sales of Colgate oral care items. 1223
Quidel restages Q-Test family planning line. 562
Red Dog launch is most successful ever for Miller. 911
Retail pharmacies would benefit from learning to say 'no.' Waspe, Robert 1014
Revco anticipates downturn: Odd Lot losses impair results. 575
Revco bid may make Eckerd the largest drug chain. 989
Revco management proposes $1.16 bil. leveraged buyout. 742
Revco places 712 units in 17 states on selling block. 689
Revco rejects Dart Group's bid for a role in LBO. 594
Revco's new board ousts Sells. 747
Revlon cosmetics, fragrance unit strengthened by restructuring. 709
Revlon Professional expands retail unit as demand surges. 668
Rich quietly brings internal revolution to Thrifty. 783
Richardson supports Chroma Slim with ad campaign. 617
Rite Aid agrees to buy Lane from Peoples' parent. 701
Rite Aid offers to buy Begley. 319
Rubbermaid targets health care. 671
Sarah Michaels gives big boost to fragrance sales. 1277
Sawyer leads PRI turnaround. 1259
Sensormatic provides state-of-the-art security technology. 716
Smaller chains make their mark on communities. 617
Study will examine chain drug shoppers. McGrath, Phil; Lewis, Jack 1019
Thrifty eyes future under new ownership. 800
TRESemme line gets 3 new items. 528
Vetco finds profitable niche with additive-free O-T-Cs. 757
Waltman acne treatments win accolades from users. 568
Williams to retire after two decades of service at Harco. 694
World Trend becomes multifaceted supplier. 717
Yardley relaunch a big success. 663
Zila prepares to launch oral cancer screening system. 712

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