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Farmácia da rede Walgreens nos Estados Unidos

Top 100 do Varejo Farmacêutico Mundial

Listagem das maiores redes de farmácias do mundo, classificadas por volume de vendas em dólares.

À nível de comparação, em 2012, o mercado farmacêutico no Brasil faturou R$ 25 bilhões de reais equivalente a U$ 10 bilhões de dólares.

A gigante Walgreens, com 7.530 lojas, cinco vezes maior que a BrasilPharma, vendeu sozinha 4 vezes mais que todo o nosso varejo farmacêutico brasileiro.

 

Confira a listagem das cem maiores redes de farmácia do mundo:

1 – Walgreens
2 – CVS Caremark
3 – Wal-Mart

Rede / Cidade Vendas Frente ao
ano passado
Walgreens (Deerfield, Ill.) $43.00 bil.1 + 9.4%
CVS Caremark (Woonsocket, R.I.) 38.20 bil.2 + 7.9%
Wal-Mart (Bentonville, Ark.) 20.61 bil.1 + 5.0%
Rite Aid (Camp Hill, Pa.) 17.43 bil. – 1.0%
Kroger (Cincinnati) 7.00 bil.1 + 1.4%
Health Mart (San Francisco) 5.90 bil.1 + 20.4%
Shoppers Drug Mart (North York, Ontario) 4.76 bil.3 + 7.3%
Target (Minneapolis) 4.30 bil.1 + 2.4%
Safeway (Pleasanton, Calif.) 4.04 bil.1 – 8.2%
Katz Group (Edmonton, Alberta) 3.91 bil.4 + 9.5%
Supervalu (Minneapolis) 2.54 bil. – 5.9%
Medicine Shoppe International (Dublin, Ohio) 2.28 bil.1 – 2.1%
Jean Coutu Group (Longueuil, Quebec) 2.10 bil.4 + 8.3%
Ahold USA (Braintree, Mass.) 2.04 bil.1 + 2.1%
Publix Super Markets (Lakeland, Fla.) 1.55 bil.1 + 6.8%
Costco (Issaquah, Wash.) 1.52 bil.1 + 6.3%
Sears Holdings/Kmart (Hoffman Estates, Ill.) 1.46 bil.1 – 2.7%
Uniprix (St. Leonard, Quebec) 1.36 bil.4 0.0%
H.E. Butt (San Antonio) 1.10 bil. + 10.0%
Pharmasave (Langley, British Columbia) 978.1 mil.3 + 4.1%
Hy-Vee (West Des Moines, Iowa) 940.0 mil.1 + 12.7%
Winn-Dixie Stores (Jacksonville, Fla.) 810.8 mil.1 0.0%
Giant Eagle (Pittsburgh) 778.0 mil.1 + 0.3%
Sobeys/Lawtons (Stellarton, Nova Scotia) 749.1 mil.4 + 3.3%
USA Drug (Pine Bluff, Ark.) 743.6 mil.1 + 10.8%
London Drugs (Richmond, British Columbia) 735.5 mil.4 + 4.4%
Delhaize America (Salisbury, N.C.) 731.5 mil.1 + 6.0%
Albertsons (Boise, Idaho) 699.8 mil.1 – 14.8%
Meijer (Grand Rapids, Mich.) 685.5 mil.1 + 0.8%
Fred’s (Memphis, Tenn.) 599.0 mil. + 5.1%
A&P (Montvale, N.J.) 582.3 mil.1 – 2.9%
Kinney Drugs (Gouverneur, N.Y.) 530.8 mil.1 + 3.4%
Wakefern (Jamesburg, N.J.) 530.0 mil. + 6.0%
Shopko Stores (Green Bay, Wis.) 501.9 mil.1 N/A
Kerr Drug (Raleigh, N.C.) 429.1 mil.1 + 2.3%
Raley’s (West Sacramento, Calif.) 355.0 mil.1 + 0.5%
Bi-Lo (Greenville, S.C.) 313.4 mil.1 – 0.9%
Metro (Montreal) 308.4 mil.4 + 0.5%
Wegmans Food Markets (Rochester, N.Y.) 308.4 mil.1 + 0.6%
Loblaws (Toronto) 307.7 mil.4 + 1.5%
Thrifty White (Maple Grove, Minn.) 300.0 mil. + 4.0%
Pamida (Omaha, Neb.) 296.0 mil. + 2.5%
Aurora Pharmacy (Milwaukee) 282.1 mil. – 12.5%
Fairview Pharmacy Services (Minneapolis) 274.0 mil. N/A
Tops Markets (Williamsville, N.Y.) 267.9 mil1 N/A
Sav-Mor Franchising (Novi, Mich.) 262.5 mil.1 N/A
Discount Drug Mart (Medina, Ohio) 242.6 mil.1 + 1.5%
Save Mart Supermarkets (Modesto, Calif.) 238.8 mil.1 – 0.5%
Bi-Mart (Eugene, Ore.) 232.2 mil.1 + 1.4%
Weis Markets (Sunbury, Pa.) 226.0 mil. + 2.2%
Brookshire Grocery (Tyler, Texas) 224.5 mil.1 + 9.4%
Schnuck Markets (St. Louis) 210.9 mil.1 + 0.4%
Medical Pharmacies Group (Pickering, Ontario) 204.3 mil.4 – 2.7%
Bioscrip (Elmsford, N.Y.) 203.8 mil.1 + 15.2%
Harris Teeter (Matthews, N.C.) 186.0 mil.1 + 3.3%
Care Pharmacies (Arlington, Va.) 182.9 mil.1 – 11.1%
Spartan Stores (Grand Rapids, Mich.) 180.3 mil.1 + 1.5%
Peoples Drug Mart (Richmond, British Columbia) 172.6 mil.4 + 9.1%
United Supermarkets (Lubbock, Texas) 155.8 mil.1 N/A
Bartell Drug (Seattle) 151.6 mil.1 + 3.6%
Roundy’s (Milwaukee) 149.7 mil.1 N/A
Marc’s (Cleveland) 139.1 mil.1 + 1.8%
NeighborCare (Baltimore) 128.0 mil.1 – 6.6%
Brookshire Bros. (Lufkin, Texas) 127.2 mil.1 – 0.5%
Navarro Discount Pharmacies (Miami) 124.3 mil.1 – 3.3%
Food City (Abingdon, Va.) 118.1 mil1 + 8.8%
Bashas’ (Chandler, Ariz.) 115.4 mil.1 – 9.4%
Coborn’s (St. Cloud, Minn.) 115.0 mil. N/A
Fruth Pharmacies (Point Pleasant, W.Va.) 112.0 mil. N/A
Price Chopper (Schenectady, N.Y.) 110.5 mil.1 + 7.4%
Ingles Markets (Asheville, N.C.) 105.0 mil. N/A
Lewis Drugs (Sioux Falls, S.D.) 102.0 mil. + 1.0%
Value Drug Mart (Edmonton, Alberta) 89.8 mil.3 N/A
Henry Ford Health (Bingham Farms, Mich.) 80.2 mil.1 + 1.5%
Marsh Supermarkets (Indianapolis) 76.7 mil.1 + 3.4%
Paragon Pharmacies (Kelowna, British Columbia) 76.5 mil.4 N/A
Haggen (Bellingham, Wash.) 72.4 mil.1 – 0.5%
Nash Finch (Minneapolis) 70.2 mil.1 – 0.5%
Big Y (Springfield, Mass.) 70.0 mil.1 – 0.5%
Hi-School Pharmacy (Vancouver, Wash.) 67.6 mil.1 + 2.3%
Stater Bros. (Colton, Calif.) 63.9 mil.1 – 5.4%
Doc’s Drugs (Braidwood, Ill.) 63.8 mil.1 + 2.9%
Farmacias El Amal (San Juan, Puerto Rico) 63.2 mil 1 N/A
ApothecaryRx (Golden Valley, Minn.) 60.0 mil.1 0.0%
Family Pharmacy (Ozark, Mo.) 59.6 mil.1 + 8.4%
Ramey/Price Cutter (Springfield, Mo.) 56.5 mil.1 0.0%
Fagen Pharmacy (Demotte, Ind.) 56.1 mil.1 0.0%
Hartig Drug (Dubuque, Iowa) 56.1 mil.1 + 15.6%
King Kullen (Bethpage, N.Y.) 52.3 mil.1 – 2.6%
Pharmaca (Boulder, Colo.) 49.2 mil.1 N/A
Lifechek Drug (Rosenberg, Texas) 44.1 mil.1 N/A
Hometown Pharmacy (Newaygo, Mich.) 43.0 mil. N/A
Times Supermarkets (Honolulu) 41.5 mil.1 – 0.5%
Harps Food (Springdale, Ark.) 41.1 mil.1 – 2.1%
Dahl’s Food Markets (Des Moines, Iowa) 39.4 mil.1 – 0.5%
Quick Check (Whitehouse Station, N.J.) 38.5 mil. 0.0%
Community Pharmacies (Augusta, Maine) 38.1 mil.1 – 1.5%
Four B (Kansas City, Kan.) 37.5 mil.1 – 4.9%
Drugstore.com (Bellevue, Wash.) 37.3 mil. – 15.4%
Dierberg’s Family Pharmacy (Chesterfield, Mo.) 32.8 mil.1 – 0.5%

 

Farmácias Walgreens, CVS e Walmart  liderando o ranking mundial das maiores farmácias. CVS e Walmart já presentes no mercado brasileiro.

 

Fonte: Pesquisa da Racher Press, .

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