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April 28, 2020

First quarter dollar sales for store brands across all retail outlets rose nearly 15%, knocking on the door of $5 billion, year over year, per Nielsen and the Private Label Manufacturers Association (PLMA).

Source: Store Brands
April 20, 2020
According to a new survey, consumers have gained more appreciation for private brands during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Source: Store Brands
April 8, 2020

As part of its various efforts to quell the COVID-19 impact, Brookshire Grocery Co. has ushered in a 5% discount on any of its private brand products for first responders (medical emergency service providers, active military, and fire and police department employees) through May 5.

Source: Store Brands
March 30, 2020

While millions of people stocked up on toilet paper over the last few weeks, few of them likely cared about the brand they were buying.

Source: Modern Retail
March 9, 2020

FMI — The Food Industry Association recently reported that the meat industry exceeded $50 billion in sales for 2019, up one percent from 2018. Within that number, private brands saw the biggest leap, up 12.3% from the year before.

Source: Store Brands
March 4, 2020

More and more mass retailers are using private label as their latest weapon to win greater share of the beauty and personal care category, hoping that it will attract a more loyal consumer and greater profits down the road.

Source: Store Brands
February 27, 2020

On the same day as its upbeat fourth-quarter earnings report, Sprouts Farmers Market announced an interesting addition to its board of directors.

Source: Store Brands
February 11, 2020

Perhaps in a bid to better compete with experiential retailers such as Eataly, Whole Foods Market will provide customers in New York; Los Angeles; Austin, Texas; and Atlanta the opportunity to enjoy intimate Italian pop-up dinners on Feb.

Source: Progressive Grocer
February 4, 2020

Trader Joe’s is the latest retailer to launch its own plant-based burger, joining the likes of Kroger and Aldi in riding the wave of demand fed by branded pioneers Impossible Foods and Beyond Burger by releasing their own versions.

Source: Grocery Dive