CHICAGO -- Crafty supermarket operators can use premium private labels as a tool in their arsenals to win back sales lost to other retailers, according to private-label industry officials. Industry executives expect sales of premium private labels to grow for the next five to 10 years. However, they warn that to succeed with their premium private labels, supermarkets must ensure that their programs consist of unique products or items with a distinct benefit over existing mainstream ...

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