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Fancy Feast launches Mornings gourmet cat food entrees

BY Allison Cerra

ST. LOUIS — Fancy Feast has introduced new breakfast-inspired meals for cats.

New Fancy Feast Mornings gourmet cat food includes six varieties, such as:

  • Souffle with white meat chicken, garden veggies and egg;

  • Souffle with turkey, garden veggies and egg;

  • Souffle with wild salmon, garden veggies and egg;

  • Medley with white meat chicken, garden veggies and egg in sauce;

  • Medley with trout, garden veggies and egg in sauce; and

  • Medley with wild salmon, garden veggies and egg in sauce.

The new Fancy Feast Mornings gourmet cat food entrees are available in stores nationwide for the suggested retail price of 80 cents to 89 cents per can.

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FDA approves new Daiichi Sankyo plant

BY Alaric DeArment

BETHLEHEM, Pa. — The Food and Drug Administration has approved a new Daiichi Sankyo manufacturing center that the company said would strengthen its domestic and global supply chain.

The Japan-based drug maker said it received FDA approval to package products at the plant, in Bethlehem, Pa. The company said it would be the first noncontracted U.S. manufacturing operation. The plant employs 39 people, and there are plans to hire more.

The 140,000-sq.-ft. plant will package some of Daiichi Sankyo’s cardiovascular and metabolic drugs, including treatments for high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes and lipid disorders.


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NCPA marks July as ‘Celebrate Independents Month’

BY Allison Cerra

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The National Community Pharmacists Association is celebrating July as the month of the independent pharmacy industry.

Through its new "Celebrate Independents Month" campaign, NCPA is encouraging its members to access free collateral to help highlight their independent status and to thank their patients and community for supporting local, small businesses.

"Independent community pharmacies are proud members of the communities we serve and we contribute to the community’s sustainability and character," NCPA president and Oklahoma City pharmacy owner Lonny Wilson said. "This month, we want to encourage people to shop locally and to recognize the support patients give us year long. Independent community pharmacies pride themselves on providing expert medication counseling, competitive pricing and convenient service. Our members want to thank their patients for their support and encourage others to visit to see what it means to ‘Celebrate Independents.’"

Additional information about the campaign can be found at NCPAnet.org.


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