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The September 2013 issue of Private Label Buyer includes a cover story on convenience stores, Category Insights on deli and beverage products, and more. Check it out today!
Store counts are up—approaching 150,000 U.S. units at the end of 2012, per NACS. And store formats are changing, often skewing in favor of larger footprints and clean, modern redesigns.
Today, customer experiences are vital to bringing shoppers into physical stores—and to keep them coming back.
Last year I bought a juicer. I’d been hearing about juicing everywhere and decided it was time to see for myself if this was truly the magic path to a healthier life.
Soap was a more than $4 billion category for the latest 52 weeks ending July 14, 2013, up 2 percent, according to IRI data.
This month’s new food products include individual specialty chocolates, gourmet sauces and spices, French lemonades, organic grain and legume soups, ice-cream sandwiches, stuffed jalapeño peppers, multigrain instant hot cereal, marinara sauce, five-cheese garlic toast, jumbo gumballs, and British-style black tea.
In the dog days of summer, it seems only fair to take a closer look at performance of private label merchandise in the Frozen category.
Which retailers really understand how to maximize private label promotions through new media?
No, it’s not a column about a wannabe New York City Mayor.
We have entered an age of significant change in the retail world. And as these seismic shifts take place, you need to ask yourself how your corner of private label will weather these changes.