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March 21, 2019

With low prices and high-quality items through private labels, retailers like Target and Costco are increasing sales of their own items quicker than those of iconic American names.

Source: PYMNTS
March 13, 2019

For the first time ever, The Kroger Co.’s private brands, known as Our Brands, has achieved a unit share of 30.5 percent. The Cincinnati-based retailer revealed the milestone, reached in the 2018 fourth quarter, when it announced its fourth-quarter earnings Thursday.

Source: Store Brands
March 8, 2019

Sourcing activity for private-branded food products has increased 158 percent in the last year, according to the Thomas Index Report, a New York-based data, platform and technology company for the industrial market place.

Source: Store Brands
February 22, 2019

Something big is brewing as ALDI embarks on its journey to become the nation’s third largest grocery retailer by 2022. And this “something big” is also disrupting the entire grocery industry.

Source: Store Brands
February 20, 2019

By Erik D. Rosenstrauch - 02/06/2019

Source: Progressive Grocer
February 14, 2019

Online retailing is poised to transform the grocery industry as a whole, so it stands to reason that it has the potential to play a significant role in how private label is marketed to consumers.

Source: Progressive Grocer
February 14, 2019

As part of our Private Label Outlook coverage for the February 2019 issue of Progressive Grocer, we asked various experts to weigh in on how grocers could avoid the pitfalls to private-brand success with products that resonate with consumers. The responses are as follows:

Source: Progressive Grocer
January 24, 2019
While the number of grocers building out their e-commerce infrastructure grows every year, most customers prefer to use alternative delivery services such as Google Express, Instacart or Ocado, according to a new report from Paris-based multinational consulting corporation Capgemini.
Source: Store Brands
January 16, 2019
Albertsons Companies announced that sales of its Own Brands increased to an all-time high of 25.2 percent during the retailer’s fiscal 2018 third quarter.
Source: Store Brands
January 11, 2019
5. ShopRite— Impacting at all angles ShopRite is not only emphasizing store brands with its products, the Keasbey, N.J.-based retailer is also underscoring its own brand image through its services.
Source: Store Brands

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