LAS VEGAS — Manufacturers that are not willing to collaborate with Ahold on strategies that will benefit both private labels and national brands risk having their products replaced by corporate brands at Stop & Shop and Giant-Landover, Jeff Martin, executive vice president of merchandising and supply chain for the banners, said here last week. “Private label is here to stay, and it's going to grow,” he told manufacturer attendees during a panel discussion at Information Resources Inc.'s ...

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