- Baby Non-Food Products
- Baking/Cooking Staples
- Household Products
- Kitchen Products
- Paper Products
- Personal Care
- Pet Products
- RESEARCH & AWARDS
Nearly 100 private label product subcategories spanning dozens of IRI categories made the cut for the 2013 iteration of the PLBuyer Hot List of foods, comprised of subcategories that saw 10 percent or more dollar sales growth over the course of the year across supermarkets, drugstores, mass market retailers, military commissaries and select club and dollar retail chains the 52 weeks ending December 29, 2013.
Whole Foods Market might only currently sit at No. 30 on the PLBuyer Top 35 Private Label Retailers list, but this landmark retailer continues to make moves that will add significant momentum to its business—most notably in the areas of private label and overall retailer branding.
By now, many of you may have forsaken your New Year’s resolutions or, if they involved proclamations of healthier living, perhaps put them off until spring when the weather reminds you of approaching beach trips and bathing suits.
Never underestimate the importance of packaging in private label. It’s often the first point of communication with shoppers, relaying a vital brand identity—a valid point regardless of the respective tier of private label, from value to national brand equivalent (NBE) and national brand better (NBB).
PLMA’s 2014 Private Label Trade Show has come and gone, effectively energizing this industry through myriad conversations centered on strategies for the future, sampling and discussion of the scores of interesting new products profiled on the expo floor, and the insight conveyed by educational sessions and other speakers.
Arylessence predicts nine fragrance styles that will stimulate consumer interest in ‘sensory-driven’ brands in private label in 2014.
On Friday, Walmart announced the introduction of Great Value Naturals, a new private label line of all-natural cleaning products.
When shoppers are looking to bake at home, private label is one of the first places they appear to turn.
Detergents are a $7 billion category, with private label holding a 4.4 percent dollar share and a 6.7 percent unit share (1.4 billion units), according to Nielsen records compiled for the 2012 PLMA Private Label Yearbook.
Better for you benefits expected to be at the heart of growth in private label oils, vinegars and dressings.