The companies that DSN is highlighting this month are a testament to the fact that American manufacturing hasn’t completely disappeared.
As more research points to a connection between the gut microbiome and overall health, many manufacturers are focusing on products with probiotics, “friendly” bacteria that provide health benefits.
DSN spoke to Trygve Anderson, Elsevier’s vice president of commercial pharmacy, to discuss how the company can help retail pharmacies.
DSN sat down with ECRM CEO Greg Farrar to discuss the steps the company is taking during the COVID-19 pandemic to keep the industry in touch with each other.
DSN spoke with a dozen key industry officials about what it is going to take to get the beauty business back on its feet again.
Drug Store News spoke to the vice president of marketing at Pharmacare US, Art Rowe-Cerveny to discuss what is driving the brand’s growth.
Nathan Jones, president of Xlear, spoke to DSN about how education is vital in helping consumers get through the coronavirus pandemic and maintain upper respiratory health.
DSN asked several technology company executives what innovations they are offering to help supermarket pharmacies work efficiently to meet consumer demands during COVID-19.
Rusty Field, president and CEO of Upsher-Smith Labs, spoke to Drug Store News about how it is operating, and efforts to stay on track with products.
DSN spoke to John Dillaway, executive vice president at Ascend Labs, about how it is expanding while also navigating the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chuck Tacl, vice president of sales at Mason Vitamins, spoke with DSN about what they are doing to help maintain the supply chain and ensure products reach shelves in a timely fashion.
Kate Jones, president of Mybite Vitamins, spoke with Drug Store News about the importance of retailers innovating in order to reach a larger number of consumers.
Before the pandemic hit, the mass-market beauty category was showing a flicker or two of life after years of difficult growth as consumers turned to brands sold mainly through department stores.
Perry Antelman, CEO of Abacus Health Products, spoke with DSN about his company’s decision to partner with the Arthritis Foundation to help during the COVID-19 pandemic.