Supermarket retailers are throwing a private-label block party and everyone's invited. Whether you are watching your carbohydrate intake or trying to avoid foods made with wheat, the odds are pretty good that there will be something there for you to eat. While target marketing is not a new concept in the food industry, the number of grocers designing store-brand lines that target specific consumer needs is on the rise. That's not surprising. "It makes sense for private-label innovation to ...
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