Meet the 2021 winners of the largest consumer-voted award for product innovation. Spanning six key consumer categories, see the 40+ most innovative products hitting shelves today, plus an exclusive video interview on the selection process and how the honorees reflect shopper needs and lifestyles.
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Rite Aid’s new RxEvolution strategy for success is its Store of the Future, in which the intent is bringing pharmacists out of their customary place in the back of the store and prominently placing them front and center.
Christine Burdick-Bell, steering committee chair at the Dietary Supplements Quality Collaborative, outlines where dietary supplement regulations stand as the Biden administration gets settled.
Fancy’s Katie Keating discusses what retailers can do to de-stigmatize the sexual wellness space and build sales in the category at the same time.
This month, David Orgel examines how retailers can continue to build e-commerce momentum as consumers’ expectations increase.
As more retailers roll out membership programs, David Orgel highlights the need for these services to meet customer expectations over time.
DSN editor in chief Seth Mendelson discusses how mass retail aged about 10 years in these last 10 months and how we will soon discover what safety measures are here to stay.
ShopRite’s surprise decision to close 62 pharmacies on Tuesday could be a harbinger of things to come.
Dan Ochwat examines how savvy shoppers have been leveraging curbside pickup at Kroger, Whole Foods, Target, Walmart and other retailers for some time, prior to the coronavirus pandemic.
Dan Ochwat examines how COVID-19 has led retailers and suppliers to get creative about connecting virtually in the wake of several postponed or canceled industry events.