Press enter to search
Close search
Open Menu


News and information on merchandising and trends in retail pharmacies at Walmart.

Walmart's InHome Delivery hits select markets

Walmart has rolled out a pilot of InHome Delivery, a service that delivers items directly to consumers' refrigerators.

Greg Furner

Walmart U.S. names Furner CEO

John Furner will take the reins of Walmart U.S. effective Nov. 1 from his current position as president and CEO of Sam's Club.

Walmart is preparing associates to fill healthcare roles across Walmart and Sam's Club via its Live Better U education benefit program.

Walmart Health is using Zotec solutions to provide customers with more access and control over healthcare processes.

Walmart Health Exterior

DSN editor in chief Seth Mendelson highlights recent efforts by Walmart that signal the retailer is making the right moves.

Walmart has decided to stop selling e-cigarettes amid regulatory complexity and uncertainty, the company said.

The stand-alone health clinic will include primary care services, as well as lab, x-ray, EKG, counseling, dental, optical, hearing and such community health services as nutritional and fitness services in partnership with local providers.

Walmart is doing its part to help combat hunger in Texas via its philanthropic arm. The Walmart Foundation announced that is awarding nearly $4 million in grants to organizations working to fight hunger in the Lone Star state — Brighter Bites and Baylor University’s Texas Hunger Initiative.

Walmart plans to expand its grocery delivery membership program, called “Delivery Unlimited,” to 1,400 stores later this fall.

Walmart is set to use Capital Rx's new drug pricing model, which uses the National Average Drug Acquisition Cost to deliver the lowest prescription prices.

Walmart has appointed Amazon veteran, Nuala O’Connor, senior vice president and chief counsel of digital citizenship.

The ranks of retailers revising their policies on customers bringing guns into their stores are growing, with CVS Health, Kroger and Walgreens asking non-law enforcement customers in open-carry states not to bring their guns into stores.

Walmart announced that, after selling through its current inventory commitments, it will discontinue sales of short-barrel rifle ammunition such as the .223 caliber and 5.56 caliber.

Food and drug retailers increasingly are exploring the opportunity to conduct e-commerce fulfillment from micro-fulfillment centers, rather than picking from their existing stores or shipping from full-sized warehouses.

Show More