NEW YORK -- The growth of private-label grocery products, one of the biggest retailing success stories of the 1990s, may soon be replicated in the perishables departments of supermarkets. by supermarket retailers. In an era in which private labels are evolving into private brands and supermarkets are becoming "finely tuned machines," it is reasonable to expect other innovations as well. Some of the things to look for include greater use of strategic packaging and a broader application of ...

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