Private label and brands presentations

Presentations

14/12/2020
We consider the five key trends set to shape grocery retail in Western Europe in 2021. We're seeing retailers double down on their drive for value, while digitalisation continues to make the customer experience more convenient and efficient. Ecommerce has accelerated, with online no longer being a small part of many businesses. Meanwhile, retailers are innovating with formats and ranges to stay relevant in a changing world, while sustainability remains at the heart of retailer strategies.
24/11/2020
We look at the strategic priorities for Co-op, the UK’s largest consumer co-operative, as it balances its core values and long term goals with changes brought about by COVID-19.
11/11/2020
Jumbo has partnered with waste-to-product company Renewi. Orange peels will be collected in store and processed into new ingredients by PeelPioneers, the market leader in circular solutions citrus residual flows.
10/11/2020
Chipotle has introduced Real Foodprint, a metric provided by HowGood, an independent research company. Chopotle’s app allows shoppers to build a food order to calculate a Real Foodprint.
22/09/2020
As part of its 50th birthday celebrations, frozen food specialist Iceland has brought back products from the past. It has also introduced brands and its private label products in their traditional packaging too.
14/09/2020
Albert Heijn has introduced sustainable cleaning products with the launch of its new exclusive range JAWS. The range includes concentrated refills for cleaning sprays and environmentally friendly dishwashing products.
26/08/2020
PepsiCo has created a new way for football fans to recreate the tailgate experience at home as social-distancing measures prevent many fans from visiting stadiums.
19/08/2020
UK-based grooming brand King of Shaves has transformed two of its top products to use environmentally friendly packaging.
10/08/2020
L'Oréal has developed a sustainability score to measure the environmental and social impact of its Garnier products.
28/07/2020
Coca-Cola Freestyle is rolling out its latest technology innovation – contactless pouring via a smartphone – as the coronavirus pandemic continues to reshape the foodservice industry and consumer behavior.