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The June 2014 issue of Private Label Buyer includes articles on specialty grocery branding and new private label products, as well as category insights on store brand coffees and teas and bakery items. Check it out today!
Specialty grocery stores operating in gourmet, natural and organic product areas—and typically a tactical combination of all three—continue to capture more retail market share.
Baked goods are alive and well in retail, but distinct factors are driving individual segments.
If convenience is a primary theme of private label this year, coffee and tea could easily be main characters.
This month’s new food products include salmon burgers, stuffed flatbreads, BBQ sauce, maple crunch spread, oatmeal, microwave-in-bag potatoes, flavored coffee, chicken tikka masala, and more.
Years ago, the first time my wife offered me a peanut-butter-filled pretzel from Trader Joe’s, I initially hesitated… I love peanut butter, and I love pretzels, but together?
The winners of the 2014 Category Colonel Awards—which now focuses exclusively on new products, both those newly available to retailers and products that are on the shelf—read like a “best of” list of today’s industry trends. Natural. Wholesome. Nutritious. Gourmet. Indulgent. Ethnic. Convenient.
Private label dairy products like whole milk and natural shredded cheese remain behemoths of the industry, with options easily found in almost any store.
By the time you read this, I’ll be on maternity leave, a prospect that has left me looking for ways to expedite my shopping habits.
Times are certainly changing. Many of us have been spending a lot of time reducing sodium levels in products. If we weren’t, we certainly should have been.
You’ve likely already noticed that we’ve been busy here at PLBuyer—as I’m sure you’ve also been busy, since the private label industry continues to mature and folks across the board are continually sharpening their private label tactical approaches.