The pharmacy giant is no longer selling tobacco products at its stores.
Plus, it's changing it's name too... introducing, CVS Health.
CVS Health estimates removing tobacco products will cost about $2 billion dollars in annual sales.
But that's a fraction of its revenue which totaled $126 billion dollars last year. The huge revenue is thanks to big growth in its healthcare services like walk-in clinics and prescription drug coverage.
It's clear the new and improved CVS Health doesn't need any snuff or cigarettes to keep business smoking!