NEW YORK — Specialty food retailers like Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods Market have seen greater growth in store-brand sales between 2005 and 2009 than traditional supermarkets, according to a report by Packaged Facts. It found that private-label growth among traditional grocers was modest at a compound annual rate of 4% during the time period. Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods’ store brands grew at a CAGR of 14%. Meanwhile, corporate-brand sales at supercenters like Target and Wal-Mart grew at a ...

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