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The December 2013 issue of Private Label Buyer includes a cover story on store brand beverage trends, Category Insights on frozen pizza as well as baby care, and more. Check it out today!
Once you move beyond the biggest revenue-driving beverage categories for private label—milk and water—a diverse playing field of opportunity opens itself to new degrees of innovation.
Multiple retail food categories perpetually jockey for position with foodservice, striving to communicate the merits of providing a restaurant-style experience at home while saving money. Few products face this proposition as acutely as frozen pizza.
In the past few years, retailers have had a chance to compete with national brands for baby business and prove their products are comparable to national brands—and sometimes are national brand better (NBB) options.
While many shoppers are looking for the old standards in the condiment aisles, there are some new items popping up, as well.
This month’s new non-food products include Regenerating Eye Lifting Serum, Sensitive Skin Soap Bars, Cheddar Pet Food, Freezer-Grade Rollstock, and Cardboard Bottles.
We’re in the midst of the winter holidays, so it’s that time of year to start looking back at the year behind us in anticipation of what the next year will bring.
Last December, I took a look at some of the contests retailers were running. With this issue arriving on the heels of PLMA’s 2013 Private Label Trade Show, it seems like a good idea to take another look, while the buzz and excitement for promoting private label products is still in high gear.
Many of us are over Christmas trading already. What many retailers had in the stores is already gone. Is that a good place to be in?
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