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C-Line releases new file jackets, binder pockets

BY Lesley Thulin

C-Line has released two new filing products: Write-on Poly File Jackets and C-Line’s Binder Pockets with Write-on Tabs.

The file jackets, which are available in amber orange, lime green, charcoal gray, raspberry red and steel blue, feature a 1-inch expansion and hold up to 200 letter-sized documents. They are available in a 10-pack, retailing for $12.99, and a 25-count box, which retails for $35.95.  

The binder pockets are available in the same colors and packaged in a set of five, retailing for $5.25.

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Report: Sobeys to cut 1,300 jobs

BY Antoinette Alexander

STELLARTON, Nova Scotia — Canadian grocer Sobeys, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Empire Co., is reportedly looking to cut 1,300 jobs as it streamlines its distribution operations, according to The Globe and Mail.

According to the report, the grocer, which acquired Safeway Canada in 2013, is shuttering its Milton, Ontario, distribution center after its expanded automated facility in Vaughan, Ontario, launches in October of 2016.

The company’s Calgary facility will close after its recently acquired former Target distribution center opens in mid-2017, according to the article. It expects its King Edward center in Winnipeg to close early in 2016.

Sobeys owns or franchises approximately 1,500 stores in all 10 provinces under retail banners that include Sobeys, Safeway, IGA, Foodland, FreshCo, Thrifty Foods, and Lawton’s Drug Stores as well as more than 350 retail fuel locations.
 

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Rite Aid hits the road with dermatologist screenings

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CAMP HILL, Pa. — Rite Aid will be teaming with the Skin Cancer Foundation for the eighth consecutive year to provide Rite Aid customers free private screenings with a local dermatologist volunteer, the company announced Monday. The screenings take place in a customized 38-foot RV. As the Skin Cancer Foundation’s flagship early detection program, the tour also aims to raise skin cancer awareness and educate the public about the importance of prevention and early detection.
 
“Offering unique health and wellness opportunities, such as skin cancer screenings, to our patients in the communities we serve is a top priority at Rite Aid,” said Dan Miller, Rite Aid SVP pharmacy operations. “Rite Aid is proud to continue its sponsorship of The Skin Cancer Foundation’s Road to Healthy Skin Tour as we work together to potentially save lives and offer valuable education on skin cancer prevention to our communities.”
 
“We are very thankful for Rite Aid’s continued support, which allows us to bring the Road to Healthy Skin Tour to communities for the eighth consecutive year,” commented Perry Robins, Skin Cancer Foundation president. “Since skin cancer is highly curable when diagnosed and treated early, the Tour plays a crucial role, potentially saving thousands of lives.”
 
New to the RV, visitors have the opportunity to learn about Receutics Active Skin Repair, a new line of over-the-counter, dermatologically tested skin care products, developed exclusively for Rite Aid. 
 
The tour will visit Rite Aid locations in Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
 
Since 2008, the Road to Healthy Skin Tour has screened more than 20,000 people, and detected more than 8,500 suspected cancers and precancers, including more than 350 suspected melanomas. Over its seven years, the Tour has traveled more than 128,000 miles.
 
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