N.B. Pharmacy sold for first time in 40 years


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Kent based N.B. Pharmacy has been sold to first-time buyers, Venkat and Preeti Adama, from Essex for an undisclosed price.

N.B. Pharmacy is a standard hours community pharmacy that dispenses an average of 6,393 items per month.

The business has been owned by Nirmal Bajaria for 39 years and was recently brought to market to allow him to pursue a well-earned retirement. Following a confidential sales process with Christie & Co, it has been purchased by first-time buyers, Venkat and Preeti Adama, from Essex.

Nirmal Bajaria, former owner of N.B. Pharmacy, comments, “Having run the pharmacy for around 39 years, it was a difficult decision to put the business up for sale. I was very pleased with the high number of viewers and feel delighted that a young family bought my pharmacy.”


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