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We look at the five ways retailers are developing private label globally in 2020 and the impact this has on manufacturers and suppliers. Throughout the year, we will look in more depth at key areas, including sustainability, purchasing groups and the role of exclusive brands. 

We look at the path to purchase and how retailers can promote their private label ranges and products at different stages.

We continue the private label series, looking at the five ways retailers are developing private label globally in 2020 and the impact this has on manufacturers and suppliers. This presentation looks in more depth at the role of exclusive brands. 

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Tesco and leading Australian variety discount retailer, the Reject Shop, have teamed up to sell the British retailer's private label products in Australia.

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Target has launched the Good & Gather Signature range, featuring 60 new products developed with specialty ingredients. Simplifying the food offer The retailer launched the core Good & Gather range 12 months ago, growing to be a billion-dollar brand in a relatively short period of time. Consolidating several of Target’s existing private label ranges, it is expected to continue growing to be ...
10 things we learned from ICA’s Q2 results ICA has reported its Q2 results, with net sales increasing by 4.6% to SEK 31,924m (€3.1bn). We round up the highlights including growth in hypermarkets, larger supermarkets and online, as well as consider the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on KPIs and trends. We also review performance in the Baltics and in the pharmacy business, in addition to a...
Netherlands-based Jumbo has announced a series of private label innovation over the summer, including Lekker Veggie, a new range of vegetarian and vegan products; an entirely sustainable canned fish range and higher welfare dairy products. 1. Jumbo introduces Lekker Veggie vegetarian and vegan products Jumbo has introduced Lekker Veggie, ‘a successor to the successful Veggie Chef’ , with a...

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