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Retailers

Why Albertsons Is Serving Up a New Strategy for Plated

With costly subscriptions and meal kits appealing to only some in-store shoppers, the retailer sees an opportunity for a "holistic" home-meal private brand.

Products

How to Succeed with Private-Label in e-Commerce

Grocery retailers have the opportunity to compete in the market with private-label offerings as e-commerce delivery and click-and-collect offerings ramp up.

PLMA estimates the total store brands market has grown to $170 billion behind premiumization and innovation.

The retailer's new flagship brands, Bowl & Basket and Paperbird, combine value and innovation with modern brand style.

The new brands, which may succeed long-standing store brand items, were revealed at Wakefern Food Corp.'s annual meeting.

The new Rhode Island fresh-food processing facility, run in partnership with Taylor Farms, will also house a test kitchen.

Kroger is aiming to reduce food waste through revamped expiration date labeling that also gives customers better detail on product quality and "best by" use.

As e-commerce players continue to expand their CPG footprint, the channel has become ripe for further private-label growth, according to a new report from Coresight Research.

Three-fourths of Target shoppers in stores are adding at least one food item to their baskets, and with its new Good & Gather banner, Target aims to rapidly increase food sales.

With the aim of making “everyday eating extraordinary” for its shoppers, the retailer is rolling out a new assortment of elevated store-brand products, from soap to peanut butter.

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