CVS expands Hispanic-focused stores to Texas, including two in SA metro

Texas now has 15 Hispanic-focused CVS Pharmacy stores statewide, including one in San Antonio and one in Seguin. The stores, dubbed CVS Pharmacy y más, feature bilingual staff and signage as well as more than 1,500 products from Hispanic brands. CVS Health first introduced the concept in 2015 in Miami.

Texas now has 15 Hispanic-focused CVS Pharmacy stores statewide, including one in San Antonio and one in Seguin. The stores, dubbed CVS Pharmacy y más, feature bilingual staff and signage as well as more than 1,500 products from Hispanic brands. CVS Health first introduced the concept in 2015 in Miami. Since then, the company has expanded CVS Pharmacy y más to 130 locations in 67 cities across California, Florida, Nevada, Texas, and Puerto Rico. "With more than 7,800 stores across the U.S., we understand that our retail pharmacies should not be one-size-fits-all for the diverse communities we serve," Helena Foulkes, then-president of CVS Pharmacy, said in June 2015. "CVS Pharmacy y mas stores are designed to be a place where our Hispanic customers feel at home to receive our best-in-class pharmacy service, along with personalized products and services to better meet their diverse needs."