Retailers are taking advantage of store brands' success with new releases, which in some cases leave less room for national brands
Retailers plan to make the most of a market primed for private-label growth with premium introductions and SKUs priced to fit a broad range of budgets, respondents to the sixth annual survey of Center Store performance told SN. More than four in 10 (43.6%) will add to or update their natural/organic lines during the next 12 months, 34.5% will introduce an additional tier of products, 23.6% have plans for specialty items, 18.2% for ethnic, and 9.1% have no plans in the works. Other ...
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