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July 19, 2018

NEW YORK – Following a highly successful debut last year, private label housewares,
kitchenware, cookware and small appliances will have an even bigger presence at
PLMA’s 2018 Private Label Trade Show, November 11-13. PLMA announced that there

Source: PLMA
July 13, 2018

Store brands gain at Kroger

Source: PLMA 2018 E-Scanner Newsletter
June 29, 2018

Private brand pundits have been saying for months that the store brands industry is on the verge of taking off like a Boeing 747. If The Kroger Co. is any indication, that may be happening now.

Source: Store Brands
June 4, 2018

Albertsons Cos. has introduced Signature Reserve, a new label that the grocery retailer said brings a “top-shelf culinary presence” to its growing roster of private label brands.

Source: Supermarket News
May 17, 2018

The perimeter of the grocery store has outpaced growth in other food and beverage departments over the last four years, say analysts at market research firm IRI and the Food Marketing Institute, and transparency has become increasingly important to fresh department shoppers.

Source: Supermarket News
May 11, 2018

PARMA, ITALY — It’s a mainstream product in Calabria, Italy, and has been for nearly 30 years. But nduja — a spicy, spreadable pork salami from Italy — would be the definition of differentiation as a store brand in a U.S. grocery store.

Source: Store Brands
May 3, 2018

Schnuck Markets Inc. plans to open a new small-format store in Warrenton, Mo., this fall and close two underperforming stores in Rockford, Ill., this summer.

Source: Supermarketnews
April 26, 2018
European private label brands sit at an appealing intersection between quality and value, with a surge in premium claims supporting future expansion.
Source: foodnavigator
August 14, 2017
A report from the Food Marketing Institute and market research firm Nielsen in January this year estimated online grocery spending during 2016-2025 to grow from 4.3 percent of the total U.S. food and beverage sales to as much as 20 percent, or more than $100 billion.
Source: Reuters, FMI daily Lead
August 8, 2017
“So Long, Hamburger Helper: America’s Venerable Food Brands Are Struggling.” That was the headline in a major feature article in The Wall Street Journal.
Source: PLMA e-Scanner