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Bartell’s “Stock the Shelves” drive collects over $250,000 in donations for Food Lifeline

Bartell’s “Stock the Shelves” drive collects over $250,000 in donations for Food Lifeline

SEATTLE – Food banks, meal programs and shelters have seen an unprecedented increase in the amount of people seeking food assistance in Western Washington. To support that increase, Bartell’s collected $254,545 worth of non-perishable food items in four weeks to support Food Lifeline, a local organization that partners with 300 foodbanks, shelters and meal programs

AmerisourceBergen acclimates to the new normal

AmerisourceBergen acclimates to the new normal

VALLEY FORGE, Pa. — During these trying times, AmerisourceBergen Corp. continues to play a vital role feeding the health care supply chain and, through its global pharmaceutical health care businesses, helping combat the ongoing spread of ­COVID-19. Rich Tremonte, executive vice president and president of community and specialty pharmacy at AmerisourceBergen, says that, like every

Zebra Technologies on the front line of COVID-19

Zebra Technologies on the front line of COVID-19

MORRIS PLAINS, N.J. — Technology has an ever more important role in pharmacy and the overall patient experience with the COVID-19 pandemic. One company providing products and services that are essential to frontline workers during these trying times is Temptime, now a wholly owned subsidiary of Zebra Technologies. The company provides a wide range of

Edgewell announces evolution of its executive leadership structure and team

Edgewell announces evolution of its executive leadership structure and team

SHELTON, Conn.— Edgewell Personal Care Co. announced an evolution of its executive leadership structure and the team reporting to Rod Little, president and chief executive officer. “Over the last several months, we have focused on improving our underlying performance by strengthening the value-proposition of our core brands, investing in innovation and technology, and reshaping our management team,”

CVS launches ‘Transform Health 2030’ CSR report

CVS launches ‘Transform Health 2030’ CSR report

WOONSOCKET, R.I. — CVS Health has launched its 13th annual corporate social responsibility (CSR) report and unveiled Transform Health 2030, the company’s new CSR roadmap for the next decade. The report lays the groundwork for how the company will transform health in four priority areas: Healthy People, Healthy Business, Healthy Community and Healthy Planet. It outlines the ways CVS

Vyriad develops antibody test for COVID-19

Vyriad develops antibody test for COVID-19

ROCHESTER, Minn. — Vyriad announced Tuesday that it has completed the development of a serology test to measure protective immunity against SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19. The Vyriad SARS-CoV-2 Neutralizing Antibody Test detects neutralizing antibodies, the critical subset of antibodies known to protect against SARS-CoV-2 viral infections. The ability to reliably identify these

GRYT Health and Bristol Myers Squibb launch COVID Advocacy Exchange

GRYT Health and Bristol Myers Squibb launch COVID Advocacy Exchange

PRINCETON, N.J. — In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, GRYT Health,  a digital health company with a social purpose and creator of the Global Virtual Cancer Conference and the GRYT Health platform, and Bristol Myers Squibb have partnered to develop the COVID Advocacy Exchange, a virtual platform to unite patient advocacy organizations, patients, policy makers, healthcare

Trade war sends Kearney U.S. Reshoring Index to record high

Trade war sends Kearney U.S. Reshoring Index to record high

CHICAGO — U.S. companies in 2019 sourced substantially fewer manufactured goods from 14 traditional Asian trading partners, apparently as a direct result of aggressive U.S. government trade policies, according to the seventh annual Kearney US Reshoring Index. The ongoing trade war sent the Reshoring Index to a record high in 2019. The Reshoring Index compares

NPTA study shows many technicians feel unsafe at work amid COVID-19 pandemic

NPTA study shows many technicians feel unsafe at work amid COVID-19 pandemic

HOUSTON — New research from the National Pharmacy Association shows that pharmacy technicians feel unsafe working in pharmacy amid COVID-19 pandemic and that employers are not doing enough to protect the safety and well-being of the pharmacy staff, while also serving the needs of their patients. The survey, “COVID-19: A Survey of Pharmacy Technicians,” compared

Hy-Vee announces 10% appreciation bonus for its front line employees

Hy-Vee announces 10% appreciation bonus for its front line employees

WEST DES MOINES, Iowa — To show its gratitude during this historic time, Hy-Vee, Inc. is giving a front line employee appreciation bonus to all of its part-time and full-time store employees. The employees will receive a 10% bonus on all their hours worked from March 16 to April 12. The bonuses are a $10 million commitment

RB launches public health campaign to fight back against COVID-19 ‘Infodemic’

RB launches public health campaign to fight back against COVID-19 ‘Infodemic’

PARSIPPANY, N.J. — Global health and hygiene company RB – makers of the popular Lysol brand of disinfectant products – has launched a new public health information campaign assessing and evaluating claims related to COVID-19.  The campaign is focused on correcting misinformation, challenging misperceptions and debunking common myths. The new website – www.covid-19facts.com – has been developed

Charlotte’s Web expands R&D capabilities

Charlotte’s Web expands R&D capabilities

BOULDER, Colo. — Charlotte’s Web has established  Charlotte’s Web Labs (CW Labs) an internal division for research & development substantially expanding on the company’s efforts around the science of hemp derived phytocannabinoids, terpenes and flavonoid compounds.  The company is placing its existing R&D team under the leadership of recently hired senior vice president of Innovation,

Mako Medical launches new DNA test to tackle nutrition

Mako Medical launches new DNA test to tackle nutrition

AUSTIN, Texas — Mako Medical Laboratories is advancing the future of food through the launch of its personalized nutrition platform MAKO DNA. After three years of collaboration, research, and testing, Mako Medical Laboratories provides a truly customized nutritional plan based upon an individual’s genetic profile. “People are more aware than ever about their health and

Stop & Shop to convert 40 stores to Bloom Energy AlwaysON Microgrids

Stop & Shop to convert 40 stores to Bloom Energy AlwaysON Microgrids

QUINCY, Mass. — Stop & Shop announced this week that it will power 40 of its stores in Massachusetts and New York with Bloom Energy Servers. The Servers will provide clean, reliable, 24/7 electricity in an AlwaysON Microgrid configuration that will continue to power each store in the event of a grid power outage. Bloom

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