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Private label paper and plastic products boast remarkable shares, showing broad consumer acceptance, further backed by sales increases in each category our shoppers explored.
Private label nutritional snacks/trail mixes was up 16 percent to $425 million with a 32 percent share, according to SymphonyIRI Group data for the latest 52 weeks ending December 1, 2013.
Just when we thought we were beginning to understand the online retail experience, it is evolving again.
Both ready-to-brew and ready-to-drink (RTD) beverages are popular among consumers.
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.
"I" is for investigate. Pick a bunch of new thoughts and ideas about old and discontinued items that it might make sense to reintroduce.
Consumers are already accustomed to shopping online. But does that level of acceptance translate over to grocery items—and particularly store brand products?
Soap was a more than $4 billion category for the latest 52 weeks ending July 14, 2013, up 2 percent, according to IRI data.
A deep look at the three largest warehouse club stores in the United States: Costco, Sam’s Club, and BJ’s.