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NACDS Annual 2015 Friday Nightlife — First Night & Crossmark parties

BY Michael Johnsen

PALM BEACH, Fla. — Friday night in Palm Beach kicked off with the First Night Party at the Beach Club at the Breakers and the Crossmark party at Del Frisco’s Grille during NACDS Annual Meeting 2015.

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SLIDESHOW: DSN kicks off 17th annual Industry Issues Summit

BY DSN STAFF

NEW YORK — Sponsors and panelists for the 2015 Drug Store News Industry Issues Summit gathered at a cocktail reception on Wednesday to kick off the 17th annual event. The reception was held at P.J. Clarke’s in the Lincoln Square area of Manhattan.

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Fresh Thyme debuts farmers market-style store

BY Antoinette Alexander

MT. PROSPECT, Ill. — A new farmers market-style specialty grocer emphasizing organic foods and produce at value prices made its debut in Mt. Prospect, Ill., in April.

Designed by api(+), Tampa, the store is meant to be simple and easy to navigate. Such design elements and materials as low-profile fixtures, cedar planking and reclaimed barn siding are woven into the store to reflect a traditional farmers market.

With former Sunflower Farmers Market CEO Chris Sherrell at the helm, the grocer’s signature offering is an extensive produce department with organic and local fruits and vegetables.

Following its debut in April, the company went on to open six additional locations, with footprints averaging between 24,000 and 28,000 sq. ft. A total 60 stores are planned throughout the Midwest by 2019.

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