Walmart, Walmart and Target all have plans to sell generic medications.
The companies said Tuesday that they will begin selling the products to pharmacies on a “one-stop-shop basis” beginning in December.
The pharmacies will be able to buy these generic drugs at the stores without any prescription.
Walmart and Walmart’s drugstore network is the largest on the market and the largest pharmacy network in the United States.
The companies said that they plan to launch their new products in the coming months.
“The generic pharmaceuticals will be available in stores across the United State, as part of our ongoing efforts to help our customers make informed health decisions,” Walmart said in a statement.
Target said in the statement that the new generic medications will be “available in stores in the U.S. by December, as we work to ensure that our customers are getting the best price on generic drugs and the best choice for their medical needs.”
In January, Walmart introduced the generics in an effort to drive down prices on the drugstore chain’s generic drugs.
The company said it was able to reach a price agreement with the drugmaker by lowering the cost of generic drugs, but that it had to cut prices of the other drugs as well.
The drugmaker was able, in part, because Walmart was able keep its prices low.
In March, Walmart also said that it would begin selling generic medicine to pharmacies in a “preferred pharmacy model.”
This means that Walmart will not sell its own generic medications in the pharmacy, but instead offer other drugmakers’ products, such as those made by Pfizer and Pfizer’s own generics.
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