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INDIANAPOLIS -- Marsh Supermarkets has launched a new program offering expectant mothers free prenatal vitamins. The program will be available at Marsh’s 41 pharmacies in Indiana.
Chris Duffy, Marsh’s v.p./pharmacy said the chain is offering the Prenatal Select Program as a way to help pregnant women financially. The vitamins in the program are made by Ethex Corp.
“We at Marsh understand that while pregnancy is a time of joy, it can also bring with it many concerns,” he said.
The program is available to anyone with a valid prescription for prenatal vitamins. Once the prescription is presented, the shopper can receive 30-day dispensings of selected prenatal vitamins absolutely free with no strings attached for up to one year. Marsh Pharmacists are available to explain the program and answer any questions.
Marsh operates 93 Marsh Supermarkets, 5 LoBill Foods, and 5 O’Malia’s Food Markets in Indiana and Ohio. The company also owns and operates Crystal Food Services and Primo Banquet Catering and Conference Centers.