By Russell Redman
Source: Supermarket News

In line with its “omni-pharmacy” vision, Rite Aid aims to shut 63 drugstores under a re-evaluation of its brick-and-mortar retail base.

Rite Aid unveiled the store closure plan yesterday in reporting fiscal 2022 third-quarter results. The Camp Hill, Pa.-based drug chain said the first closings began in November, and the company expects to raise the number of stores to be shuttered over the next few months as it wraps up its review.

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