News & Media

October 4, 2019

The influx of new store-brand products shows that grocery retailers know what motivates consumers to buy, the Private Label Manufacturers Association (PLMA) said in announcing the winners of its 2019 Salute to Excellence Awards.

Source: Supermarket News
September 27, 2019

Albertsons Cos. has added 55 new items to its line of frozen Own Brands entrees, including organic plant-based meals and premium high-protein power bowls.

Source: Store Brands
September 18, 2019

The Fresh Market is taking a different tack as it expands its roster of store-brand products.

Source: Supermarket News
September 9, 2019

Walmart is planning to amp up its fresh food merchandising under a new initiative officials are calling “Produce 2.0.”

Source: Winsight Grocery Business
September 6, 2019

Responding to the growing number of its shoppers pursuing alternatives to traditional meat and dairy products, The Kroger Co. is launching a plant-based offshoot of its Simple Truth private brand line featuring everything from meatless burgers to plant-based cookie dough.

Source: Winsight Grocery Business
August 29, 2019

Walmart is obsessed with youth. Battling Amazon for supremacy in ecommerce, the world's largest retailer is investing in new technology and taking other steps to attract younger consumers.

Source: CBS News
August 26, 2019

The escalating war on plastics has a powerful ally in Bentonville, Ark.-based Walmart. Earlier this year, the world’s largest retailer imposed stringent requirements on its private brand portfolio and expects branded suppliers to do the same as it move toward a goal to create zero waste.

Source: Store Brands
August 23, 2019

AmazonFresh, one of two main grocery delivery services Amazon operates, is expanding to new markets, the retailer announced this morning. The service will now be available to Prime members in Houston, Minneapolis and Phoenix.

Source: TechCrunch
August 19, 2019

After years of rolling out private-label brands in apparel and home goods, Target is starting a new grocery brand.

Source: CNBC
August 16, 2019

Walmart dominates the U.S. online grocery market, according to new research from analysts at Second Measure. The retail giant, which operates in nearly every U.S. state, had 62% more customers in June than its nearest competitor, Instacart, which also operates nationwide.

Source: Supermarket News