Rexall was a chain of American drugstores, and currently is the name of their store-branded products. The stores, having roots in the federation of United Drug Stores starting in 1903, licensed the Rexall brand name to as many as 12,000 drug stores across the United States from 1920 to 1977. (The "Rex" in the name was derived from the name of Ellen M. Regis, who developed "Rexall remedies" and from whom the company purchased the mark.)

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  • Rexall was a chain of American drugstores, and currently is the name of their store-branded products. The stores, having roots in the federation of United Drug Stores starting in 1903, licensed the Rexall brand name to as many as 12,000 drug stores across the United States from 1920 to 1977. (The "Rex" in the name was derived from the name of Ellen M. Regis, who developed "Rexall remedies" and from whom the company purchased the mark.) Since 1985, it has been the name of over-the-counter drugs and drugstores in Canada (Rexall Drugstore) operated by McKesson Corporation, and of health supplements in the United States, where it is used as a store brand of variety store chain Dollar General. The Canadian Rexall brand is not related to the US operations. However, until about 1977, the US Chain had Rexall drug-stores in Canada. (en)
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  • Rexall was a chain of American drugstores, and currently is the name of their store-branded products. The stores, having roots in the federation of United Drug Stores starting in 1903, licensed the Rexall brand name to as many as 12,000 drug stores across the United States from 1920 to 1977. (The "Rex" in the name was derived from the name of Ellen M. Regis, who developed "Rexall remedies" and from whom the company purchased the mark.) (en)
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