How to make your next drug purchase a big win for Kroger, Walmart, Kroger pharmacy
Kroger’s Kroger Pharmacy and Walgreens Pharmacy are now selling over 2 million more prescription drugs this year than they did in 2016.
That’s thanks to a combination of strong sales and stronger supply that has given these drugstores a big edge over their competitors.
It’s all because of the incredible success of Kroger and Walgreen’s new drugstore partners.
As of February 10, Krogeys drugstores sold more than 3 million prescriptions for generic medications.
That is a 20 percent increase from the same period in 2016, when the drugstores had a combined combined 2.1 million prescriptions sold for generic drugs.
Walgreen’s pharmacies sold more 2.6 million prescription drugs in 2016 than they sold last year.
That means the drugstore’s combined pharmacy sales have jumped nearly 20 percent over the last two years.
A look at the drug stores’ total sales: Kroger’s drugstores are now the top sellers of prescription drugs nationwide.
In 2016, Kobra and Walworth’s combined drugstore sales were about 4.4 million.
That meant they were the largest drugstores in the country.
But since then, they have added about 500,000 new prescriptions per day to their respective stores.
That helps explain why the two top-selling Kroger drugstores have seen sales rise.
As of January 3, 2016, Walgills drugstores accounted for about 5.1 percent of all the nation’s prescription drug sales.
That was an increase of more than 25 percent from the previous year, when Walgill had about 1.9 percent of the market.
Kroger pharmacies, on the other hand, account for less than 0.5 percent of prescription drug volume.
For more information on the drug sales figures, see the Drugstore Association’s 2016 Report on Drug Sales: http://www.drugstore.org/reports/2016/08/report-2016-drug-shops-and-medicare-spending.pdf and Drug Store Association’s 2016 Report on Drug Sales (pdf) http https://www3.federalreserve.gov/media/media_releases/2016-08/drugstore-association-2016/us-health-service-supplies-and–drug-purchases-2016.pdf