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The November 2013 issue of Private Label Buyer includes a cover story on the Top 10 Trends in Private Label, Category Insights on frozen fruits and veggies and household products, and more. Check it out today!
What is your private brand’s story?
Regardless of the state of the economy, one thing holds true for most American consumers. We all could use more time in the day.
Private Label frozen fruits and vegetables are some of the simplest products retailers can offer their shoppers, in a good way.
For the four weeks ending September 8, 2013, the PLBuyer Index climbed to 101.6, up from last month’s rating of 99.7 (a score of 100.0 translates as a flat market).
This image gallery provides a sneak peek at new products and services that will be highlighted at the PLMA 2013 Private Label Trade Show.
This month’s new food products include all-natural fruit snacks, seafood cocktail sauce, organic chocolate, waters in glass bottles, pound cake, pretzel dogs, natural lollipops, “lite” caffeine coffee capsules, break & bake cookie dough, strawberry banana gelatin snacks, combo pack mini muffins, six cheese pizza and autumn roast ground coffee.
PLMA anticipates that its 2013 Private Label Trade Show will be its biggest yet, presenting more than 2,300 exhibit booths—surpassing last year’s record-breaking expo—across four halls at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, Ill., taking place from November 17–19.
Does an improving economy mean a downturn in private label sales? Not necessarily. However, recent research from Perception Research Services (PRS) suggests some potential softening in select categories after years of steady growth.
Last month, many of us were mourning the loss of Dave Nichol, a pioneer and giant in our industry. So what has that got to do with Jimmy Fallon and Co.? I’ll get to that.
The annual PLMA Show is taking place November 17–19 in the shadow of the great city of Chicago in Rosemont, Ill.