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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.
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.
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.
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).
Private label dairy is big business, perennially posing strong competition to national brands, with milk alone garnering over $8 billion in sales each year.
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.
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.
Today, customer experiences are vital to bringing shoppers into physical stores—and to keep them coming back.