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While many shoppers are looking for the old standards in the condiment aisles, there are some new items popping up, as well.
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.
Private label dairy is big business, perennially posing strong competition to national brands, with milk alone garnering over $8 billion in sales each year.
Private Label frozen fruits and vegetables are some of the simplest products retailers can offer their shoppers, in a good way.
There’s no doubt about it—snacking continues to grow in America. While some consumers seek out healthy snacks, others still rely on old standards like potato chips, looking for new flavors to spice things up.
One of the key categories delivering positive results in the PLBuyer Index this month is Deli.
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.
The frozen food department accounted for $41 billion in sales in 2011, according to Nielsen records compiled for the 2012 PLMA Private Label Yearbook.
When shoppers are looking to bake at home, private label is one of the first places they appear to turn.