NEW YORK -- Missing from the landscape in this country is a mainstream retailer that is developing and marketing its own brand on the Internet in the way that Tesco does in the United Kingdom, said some attendees at the close of the 2000 Consumerama conference. The show was held here June 15 and sponsored by the New York-based Private Label Manufacturers Association. (See related story on Page 21). This year's Consumerama focused on what consumers think about the Internet, and how those ...

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