I'd like to know the top 10-20 drug-stores retailers in the US that have yearly sales between $250M to $5B or between 50 locations to 500 locations.

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I'd like to know the top 10-20 drug-stores retailers in the US that have yearly sales between $250M to $5B or between 50 locations to 500 locations.

As requested, I have identified the top tier-2 drug store retailers in the USA. I have presented my findings in 3 tabs of the attached spreadsheet. The tab "Based on Prescription Sales" presents those companies which satisfied the $250 million to $5 billion in revenue criterion. The tab "Based on Number of Locations" presents those companies which satisfied the 50 to 250 locations criterion. Lastly, the tab "Qualifying Both Criteria" presents those companies which satisfied the two aforementioned criteria. Below is a brief overview of my findings.

FINDINGS

After extensively searching through industry reports and trusted media sites, I have identified the top tier-2 drug store retailers in the USA. I have manually sifted the companies listed in a report published by the Drug Store News and SK&A. The report published by the Drug Store News yielded 14 companies which qualified under the $250 million to $5 billion in revenue criterion and 2 companies which qualified under the 50 to 500 locations criterion. On the other hand, the downloadable report from SK&A yielded 15 companies which qualified under the 50 to 500 locations criterion. The SK&A report can be downloaded here.
Comparing the two reports, 10 companies have been identified to satisfy the two aforementioned criteria. As requested, I have specifically excluded Costco Pharmacy. Costco Pharmacy's prescription sales in 2016 is $2.6 billion with 433 stores as of April 2017.
Top 14 tier-2 drug store retailers based on 2016 prescription sales:
1. Diplomat — $4.4 billion
2. Ahold Delhaize$3.2 billion
3. Publicx$2.1 billion
4. Medicine Shoppe International — $1.9 billion
5. Sam's Club — $1.8 billion
6. H-E-B Drug Stores — $1.8 billion
7. Hy Vee — $1.2 billion
8. Genoa — $1.19 billion
9. Kmart — $1.1 billion
10. Freds Inc. — $1 billion
11. Southeastern Grocers — $1 billion
12. Giant Eagle — $930 million
13. Meijer$895 million
14. Wegmans$807 million
Top 17 tier-2 drug store retailers based on the number of locations:
1. Medicine Shoppe International — 439 stores
2. Southeastern Grocers — 427 stores
3. Genoa — 357 stores
4. Supervalu Inc — 329 stores
5. Freds Inc — 304 stores
6. Ahold Delhaize261 stores
7. Giant Food Inc — 258 stores
8. Kaiser Permanente241 stores
9. Shopko Stores Inc — 236 stores
10. Hy-Vee Inc — 232 stores
11. H-E-B Drug Stores — 228 stores
12. Giant Eagle Pharmacy — 216 stores
13. Meijer207 stores
14. Shoprite Supermarkets Inc — 192 stores
15. Brookshires Pharmacy Corp — 153 stores
16. Hannaford Brothers Company — 153 stores
17. Wegmans92 stores
Based on the rankings above, the companies that satisfied both the criteria of $250 million to $5 billion in revenue and 50 to 500 locations are (ranked according to 2016 prescription sales):
1. Ahold Delhaize$3.2 billion, 261 stores
2. Medicine Shoppe International — $1.9 billion, 439 stores
3. H-E-B Drug Stores — $1.8 billion, 228 stores
4. Hy Vee — $1.2 billion, 232 stores
5. Genoa — $1.19 billion, 357 stores
6. Freds Inc. — $1 billion, 304 stores
7. Southeastern Grocers — $1 billion, 427 stores
8. Giant Eagle Pharmacy — $930 million, 216 stores
9. Meijer$895 million, 207 stores
10. Wegmans$807 million, 92 stores

CONCLUSION

In conclusion, 2 of the 10 companies which satisfied both the criteria of $250 million to $5 billion in revenue and 50 to 500 locations are Ahold Delhaize and Medicine Shoppe International. I have presented my findings in the 3 tabs of the attached spreadsheet.
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