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Private label cough syrup rose more than 16 percent to almost $127 million, with a 36 percent share of the category, according to SymphonyIRI Group data for the latest 52 weeks ending August 11, 2013.
CVS/pharmacy has added to their private label fragrance and body care line, Essence of Beauty. The expanded and refreshed bath and body collection delivers four new fragrances created by renowned perfumers.
CVS/pharmacy has announced the launch of Gold Emblem Select, an assortment of items that celebrate the exceptional in every day food, beverage and snack products.
A week after ramping up private label promotions for Memorial Day, a majority of retailers watched by Chicago-based market research firm Market Track trimmed their promotions, according to an exclusive report for PLBuyer’s eReport.
Over the course of a surprisingly rainy and overcast day in Henderson, Nev., a small group of retail buyers gathered in a room during the ECRM Private Brand Health and Beauty Care trade show to talk about their business.
ShopSmart magazine, a production of Consumer Reports, reports in its June issue that shoppers can save 40 percent on beauty products with private label items rather than national brands.
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A majority of the retailers followed by Chicago-based market research firm Market Track showed increases in private label promotions from a year ago, the company said in a report done exclusively for PLBuyer’s eReport.
Drugstore retailers have come a long way. Today's drugstore is a total shopping destination that includes an array of private label products from premium food and beauty care to environmentally friendly merchandise and pharmacy services backed by OTC products.
Healthcare is, and should be, one of the nation’s top issues. In 2007, illness or medical bills contributed to 62.1 percent of all bankruptcies in 2007, according to the American Journal of Medicine.