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How Private Label Is Gaining E-Commerce Traction

Store brands are breaking out of brick-and-mortar.

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How Schnucks Shot and Scored With Private Label

Basket Economics: While the St. Louis Blues skated to a stirring championship on the ice, Schnucks' private label team was furiously—and secretly—working on a celebratory soda.

Wine is one of the last consumer goods categories to escape online disruption, but retailers such as Kroger are preparing to dive in.

The recent Sweets & Snacks Expo at Chicago’s McCormick Place showcased hundreds of innovations, insights and ideas that are poised to further transform the world of chocolate, candy and snacks.

As the category shrinks, cereal reaches for more promos, dayparts and snacks.

Sara Lee and Skippy are combining their marketing and digital efforts to put forth in-store displays, IRC coupons and a digital platform.

Schnuck Markets' director of bakery and deli, Chris Kline, is a certified Cicerone and enthusiastic supporter of the retailer's efforts to lead the craft beer category.

What's On Tap: Heineken rolls out new look, Tecate launches retail-focused campaign, Four Corners Brewing expands to SoCal.

Premium and globally inspired attributes are transporting the meat snacks category into the realm of inspired flavors and funky formats.

The Lempert Report: New grocery tech includes screens equipped with sensors ready to react to customers and anticipate their product selections. Whether shoppers will use—or be turned off by—such tech is the big question.

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