New Adidas personal care collection for men hits Walmart shelves
NEW YORK — Coty has announced the introduction of the new Adidas personal care line for men, which is available exclusively at Walmart.
The Adidas Personal Care for Men Collection is designed to keep up with the modern man’s active lifestyle and is available across four product segments:
Body wash ($3.47): The Adidas Hair & Body 3 provides triple-action results: It cleanses, refreshes and conditions. It is available in three After Sport, Extra Fresh and Active Start scents.
Deodorant ($3.47): This long-lasting deodorant promises 24 hours of nonstop freshness. It is available in Deep Energy, Ice Dive and Pure Games scents.
Deodorant body spray ($3.47): This body spray is available in Deep Energy, Ice Dive and Pure Games scents.
Antiperspirant ($3.47): This formula features a unique Dry Max System that provides 48-hour protection against perspiration. It comes in three variants: Fresh, Control and Intense.
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Kinney Drugs acquires four independent pharmacies
GOUVERNEUR, N.Y. — Regional player Kinney Drugs has snapped up four independent pharmacies located in central New York and Vermont, bringing its total store count to 94.
Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
“These acquisitions are a very good fit for Kinney Drugs and are consistent with our stated growth objectives in retail pharmacy,” stated Jim Spencer, COO of Kinney Drugs store division. “They will allow us to grow our prescription base and market share within existing markets, and at the same time expand into two new areas in Central New York and Vermont.”
Two of the acquired pharmacies have been converted and remerchandised, and will operate under the Kinney Drugs name. The other two pharmacies were closed, and prescription files and inventory were transferred to the neighboring Kinney Drugs.
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Study: Fear of needles could hamper flu vaccinations
MINNEAPOLIS — Nobody likes getting a shot, but a new survey indicates that fear of needles also may prompt people to avoid getting flu vaccinations.
Target announced results of a new online survey conducted on its behalf by Harris Interactive showing that 60% of American adults would skip flu vaccinations, with 23% of those avoiding vaccinations because they don’t like needles. The survey polled 2,160 adults between July 10 and July 12; no margin of error could be calculated as the survey was not based on a probability sample.
The mass-merchandise retailer said it would offer a new intradermal flu shot option at Target Pharmacy locations for the flu season, using a micro-needle that is 90% smaller than traditional flu shot needles. The Food and Drug Administration announced Monday the approval of the vaccine formulation for the 2012-2013 flu season, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends annual vaccinations against flu for most children and adults.
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