Walgreens started in 1901, with a medication store at the intersection of Bowen Ave and Cottage Grove in Chicago, claimed by Galesburg local Charles R. Walgreen, Sr. By 1913, Walgreens had developed to four stores on Chicago's South Side. It opened its fifth in 1915, and four more in 1916. By 1919, there were 20 stores in the chain. As a consequence of liquor preclusion, the 1920s was an effective time for Walgreens. In spite of the fact that liquor was unlawful, solution bourbon was accessible and sold by Walgreens.The Walgreen Company is an American organization which works the second-biggest chain in the United States of America behind CVS Health.
In 1922, the organization presented a malted milkshake, which prompted it building up frozen yogurt producing plants. The following year, Walgreen started opening stores far from neighborhoods. In the mid-1920s, there were 44 stores with yearly offers of $1,200,000. Walgreens had ventured into Minnesota, Missouri, and Wisconsin.
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