- Baby Non-Food Products
- Baking/Cooking Staples
- Household Products
- Kitchen Products
- Paper Products
- Personal Care
- Pet Products
- RESEARCH & AWARDS
As any cultural anthropologist worth their salt will tell you, the highly nuanced historical relationship between human societies and their surrounding environments factors greatly into evolutionary progress. In much the same way, the catalysts driving private label retail growth within key retail organizations in various countries around the world has created playing fields with distinctions—and category penetration—not yet seen in the United States.
Private label cough syrup rose more than 16 percent to almost $127 million, with a 36 percent share of the category, according to SymphonyIRI Group data for the latest 52 weeks ending August 11, 2013.
The kids are back to school and the fall air has brought an end to summer. While we have the holidays to look forward to, another more dreaded thing is on the horizon—cold season.
A new study by Market Strategies International, “CPG Qualitative Research: Exploring Private Label vs. Branded OTC” April 2013, finds consumers are strongly aware of specific national brands as well as private label brands in all OTC categories studied in the report.
We’re not yet out of the woods with a recovery from what is being called “The Great Recession.” Economists and other pundits watch all the indicators looking for any sign of good or bad news; the same set of data often elicits some of each.
PLBuyer’s 2013 Non-Food Hot List includes private label non-food categories that saw dollar sales across supermarkets, drugstores, mass market retailers, military commissaries and select club and dollar retail chains increase at least 10 percent in 2012.
BestSweet announced Monday that it would change its name and brand to BestCo to reflect its growth since its founding 37 years ago.
Well at Walgreens Wal-Sleep Z Sleep Aid is used for the relief of occasional sleeplessness, and helps to reduces time to fall asleep.
Drugstore retailers have come a long way. Today's drugstore is a total shopping destination that includes an array of private label products from premium food and beauty care to environmentally friendly merchandise and pharmacy services backed by OTC products.
Drugstore retailers should be wary of the discounts they offer on over-the-counter pharmaceuticals in their private label products, according to a new survey conducted exclusively for PLBuyer by Consumer Science.