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Lidl Plans To Test Market New Private-Label Baby Brand In UK

August 1, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Discount retailer Lidl plans to start testing marketing its private-label baby care brand Lidl'uns in the UK. According to the company, the test will cover four of the country's regions and, if successful, the brand would be launched nationwide. Based on Lidl's trademark application, the company plans to expand its baby care brand to include baby food, toiletries, and non-food items.
Priya Chandarana, "Lidl UK to test new private label baby brand", Retail Analysis, August 01, 2016, © The Institute of Grocery Distribution and IGD Services Limited
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Tesco Extends Sustainability Support To Cocoa Certified By Rainforest Alliance

July 15, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
All cocoa used by Tesco in its in-house chocolate products in the U.K., as well as all cocoa used in other Tesco foods, will be certified by 2018 by the Rainforest Alliance as responsibly and sustainably sourced, the company announced. Certification by the Alliance supports cocoa-growing communities, helps increase farmer income, safeguards soils and conserves wildlife. Other Tesco food products that will contain only certified cocoa include biscuits, cakes, desserts and cereals. Tesco cooperates with several sustainability programs: the Rainforest Alliance, UTZ, Cocoa Horizons and Fairtrade.
"Tesco to Source Rainforest Alliance Certified™ Cocoa For All of Its Own Label Chocolate in the UK", News release, Tesco, July 15, 2016, © Tescoplc.com
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Walmart Promises That All Suppliers Of U.S.-Made Goods Will Get A Shot On Its Website

June 28, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Walmart execs recently met with 800 suppliers to hear pitches on potential Walmart.com products that are made exclusively in the U.S. The company said a third of the companies at the U.S. Manufacturing Summit were minority- or women-owned. A Walmart merchandising executive promised that all of the products – except those that can’t be shipped because they contain hazardous materials – would be automatically approved for sale on Walmart.com. The Summit is part of the company’s initiative, launched in 2013, to spend $250 billion on American-made goods for its stores, Sam’s Club, and website.
Marty Cook, "At Latest Summit, Walmart Seeks More American-Made Goods", Arkansas Business, June 28, 2016, © Arkansas Business Limited Partnership
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Lidl Launches Cien Line Of Cosmetics And Haircare Products In Ireland

June 27, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Discount retailer Lidl launched its Cien line of skincare and haircare products. With products priced between €1.99 and €3.99 each, the skincare line includes a BB cream available in two shades, Cien Eyeshadow, and Volume Mascara. Featuring keratin, the haircare products are designed to relieve dry and damaged hair for as little as €1.69 per product. Starting on June 30, 2016, the Cien products will be permanently available in all Lidl stores.
Ailbhe Jordan, "Lidl's new makeup and haircare range is INCREDIBLY cheap - and there's more good news", Dublin Live, June 27, 2016, © MGN Limited
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Walmart Hopes Its New Date Labeling Scheme Will Help Reduce Wasted Food

June 26, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Walmart is changing the date labeling scheme on its food products to avoid consumer confusion over safe-to-eat dates. That confusion has led Americans to toss $29 billion worth of edible food into the trash every year. Walmart’s fix is to require suppliers of its own label Great Value products to use the same standardized date – “best if used by” – for non-perishable foods. The change began last year, and the company says 70 percent of its private label suppliers have already complied. The rest have until next month to comply. The Food Marketing Institute says most date labels aren’t meant to indicate safety, only when manufacturers believe products will go beyond peak quality.
Twilight Greenaway, "Can Walmart's food labels make a dent in America's $29bn food waste problem?", The Guardian, June 26, 2016, © Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies
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Private Label's Share Of FMCG Market In Western Economies Falls

June 22, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
In 2015, private-label products’ share of the FMCG market in Europe in terms of value dropped by 0.6 points to 38.3 percent, compared with the previous year, according to IRI Worldwide. Data from the report “Private Label in Western Economies” revealed private-label unit market share also dropped by 0.5 points to 47.4 percent during the period. These numbers prove that the segment’s downward trend, which started in 2014, has continued, as well as focus on the challenges faced by private-label retailers and manufacturers across Europe. Among the eight countries covered by the study, France showed the highest decrease in private label’s market share, although it has a high share at 34.1 percent compared with Italy’s 17.2 percent value share and Australia’s 13.9 percent value share. Private label’s promotion market share in the US was 37.7 percent, the highest among the countries covered by the report.
"Private Label in Western Economies", IRI, June 22, 2016, © IRI Worldwide
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Amazon Plans To Sell More Private-Label Products

May 15, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Online retailer Amazon.com Inc. plans to sell more private-label brands, including those of perishable foods, such as nuts, spices, tea, and coffee. After working for several years to develop private-label lines, the online retailer will start selling them as early as end of May or start of June 2016. Sales of store brands in the US reached $118.4 billion in 2015, up by about $2.2 billion from the previous year, data from the Private Label Manufacturers Association revealed.
Greg Bensinger, "Amazon to Expand Private-Label Offerings—From Food to Diapers", The Wall Street Journal, May 15, 2016, © Dow Jones & Company, Inc.
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Private-Label Brands Gain Momentum And Here To Stay, Report Shows

April 25, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
In the United States, 32.2 percent of consumers said they are currently buying more private-label brands, according to the latest edition of “The Checkout” report by Integer Group and M/A/R/C Research. Among shoppers who buy private label, only 6.6 percent said they plan to return to name brands. Results of the study showed 74 percent of shoppers who bought a private-label product said it was better priced than name-brand products. Data also revealed that African-Americans expressed a stronger preference for name brands, being more likely to buy more name brands in the future, and avoid purchasing private label. According to the researchers, the report presents significant implications for brands and retailers: private label is here to stay; private-label brands are no longer just the “cheap” option, they now come with good-enough or comparable quality; African-Americans, as a target market, are a potential area for growth; “trust can be seen as a reflection of shared values with the brand and social currency;” and values are not rational.
"The Checkout Identifies New Normal Of Private Label", The Integer Group® and M/A/R/C® Research , April 25, 2016, © The Integer Group
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Private Labels Are Growing Part Of CPG Market, Study Reveals

March 28, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
In the United States, 32.2 percent of shoppers said they are currently buying more private-label brands, with only 6.6 percent of them saying they plan to return to name brands, according to a 2016 edition of “The Checkout” study. Results of the survey revealed 11.9 percent of respondents said they are buying fewer store brands, while 17.4 percent are buying more private labels and will keep on buying them. Also, 8.2 percent of respondents said they are buying more store labels and plan to buy even more. Data also revealed a decline in consumer perception of name brands as offering more new products, varieties, and innovations, from 56 percent of respondents in 2010 to 45 percent in 2015. Among African-American consumers, more are likely to prefer name brands, with respondents saying they are more likely to perceive name brands as of higher quality than their private-label counterparts. Results of the study offers some insights for marketers and retailers, including the fact that private labels are here to stay, consumers see private labels as inexpensive options with good-enough or comparable quality, and that African-American shoppers offer a potential area for growth.
"New Checkout Study: Private Label", Shopper Culture, March 28, 2016, © The Integer Group®
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Target Announces Exclusive Bath And Body Care Brands Created In Collaboration With Project Underground

March 15, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Target partnered with beauty brand creator Project Underground to develop its in-house bath and body care brands Mayfair Soap Foundry, Marlowe, and You Are Amazing. Combined with Target’s acquisition of Sonia Kashuk and the introduction of Defy & Inspire line of nail polish products, the move highlights the mass retailer’s growing focus on its beauty business. Target’s partnership with Project Underground began in 2015, with the latter mandated to create high-quality products for the retailer, with emphasis on design and affordability.
Rachel Brown , "Target Taps Beauty Incubator to Develop Three Exclusive Lines", Women’s Wear Daily, March 15, 2016, © Fairchild Fashion Media
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Aldi Products Take Top Honors In Australian Shopper Vote

February 24, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Australian consumers chose Aldi brands as their favorites in the 2016 Product of the Year Awards, a distinction that often leads to double-digit sales increases. The company took top honors in 12 of 46 award categories, including small goods, snacks to go, pest control and household cleaning. The director of the awards program said it’s certainly about saving money, but “the quality has to be there to make an impact and result in repeat purchases.” A recent survey of Australian shoppers found that 35 percent would buy a new product if it won the Product of the Year award.
Tate Papworth , "Aldi dominates Product of the Year Awards", Marketing, February 24, 2016, © Niche Media
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Grocery Stores Have Profitable Opportunities In Bakery, Deli, Dairy Aisles

December 1, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Private label food makers have big sales opportunities in the dairy, deli and bakery departments of grocery stores, according to a study. National brands do not dominate in those aisles, according to a survey sponsored by a house brand manufacturers group. Eleven percent of consumers in the study prefer specific brands when bakery shopping. Just  22 percent prefer national brands in the dairy and 26 percent in the deli. As to brand quality, 71 percent of deli shoppers say store brands are “better/equal” to national brands; 86 percent of deli shoppers say “better/equal;” in the bakery, 80 percent say “better/equal.” Convenience and speed are of primary importance in meal preparation, said Brian Sharoff of the Private Label Manufacturers Association, “and this is creating highly profitable opportunities for retailers to respond with their own brands.”
Linda Winick, "Private Label Can Challenge Brands in Grocery Perimeter: Study", CPG Matters, December 01, 2015, © CPG Matters
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United States Private Label Market The Biggest In The World, Euromonitor Says

November 27, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
In 2014, the United States was the largest market for private-label products, according to Euromonitor. Data from the market research firm revealed private label accounted for 67 percent, or $9.7 billion, of the $14.5 billion total sales. With private label accounting for only 16 percent of the bread market’s $22.8 billion total sales, the market offers more opportunity for growth.
Agne Reklaite, "Top 50 Largest Private Label Markets", Euromonitor International, November 27, 2015, © Euromonitor
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Kroger Launches HemisFares Collection Of Quality Food Products From Worldwide Sources

October 1, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Retailer The Kroger Co. introduced HemisFares, a corporate brand of imported food products from the world’s most food-rich regions. Found exclusively at the company’s stores, the collection includes 27 authentic Italian products, with more products from other countries to be added soon, Kroger said. Developed by Kroger in partnership with the best food connoisseurs, the collection comes with unique product packaging designed to highlight the food and the story behind it.
"Kroger Introduces HemisFares", Kroger, October 01, 2015, © SNL Financial LC/ The Kroger Company
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Lidl Private Label Products Rated No. 1 In Quality

August 27, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
A German digital consumer magazine has ranked discount grocery chain Lidl’s private label products the “best quality.” The ranking was based on 60 assessments by Vergleich.com and Stiftung Warentest. Lidl’s score of 2.49 – lower scores are better – beat second place Aldi Nord and third place Rewe. Nielsen data show that the market share of private label grocery items in Germany has risen six percent since 2009 to 34 percent of the total.
"Lidl's Private Label Rated 'Best In Germany'", European Supermarket Magazine, August 27, 2015, © European Supermarket Magazine
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FMCG Product Awards Suggest Big Trends For 2015

February 4, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Brand Genetics identified nine FMCG trends for 2015 from the recent consumer product innovation awards. The awards were based on voting by 10,000 consumers in the U.K., but Brand Genetics says the trends are global. Among the key trends defining FMCG products are: convenience (“the mega-trend of 2015”); “on-the-go”; products offering health benefits; indulgence that is also “good for you”; the continued rise of private label brands; products “made for me”; a premium experience even from mass market brands; the increasing popularity of fruit as a sugar replacement; and tech-enhanced products.
Andrew Christophers, "FMCG / CPG Consumer Trends 2015 - Product Innovations of the Year", Brand Genetics, February 04, 2015, © Brand Genetics
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Top Consumer Goods Brands Fight Bruising Wars With Private Labels In Europe

January 26, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
Major consumer goods brands are finding it hard to turn back expanding sales of supermarkets' own-label products in Europe. Advancing private labels are grabbing market share from household goods brands, such as Nestle and Unilever, as well as causing erosions in prices and margins. According to market research firm IRI, however, sales of own-label products are slowing down, as leading supermarkets cut prices on top brands as part of their efforts to battle discount retailers, such as Aldi and Lidl from Germany. In 2014, own-label products lost 0.1 percentage point of market share, a first since 2007, data from IRI showed.
Emma Thomasson and Martinne Geller, "Big brands face struggle to contain own label advance in Europe", Reuters, January 26, 2015, © Thomson Reuters
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Consumers Still Turn To Private Label Products For Value, Affordability

January 20, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
A new report from researcher IRI shows that private label products have proven to be the answer for consumers looking to stretch their shopping dollars while finding value. Brand selections continue to be based on affordability: one-third of U.S. shoppers look for and choose private label products to save money. U.S. consumers spent $120 billion on private label products in 2014, an increase of 2.1 percent over 2013. But IRI says consumers are looking for value, not just low prices, so it’s important for retailers to stock national and private label brands offering value and affordability. National brand innovation has been strong in beauty products, while private label is strong in the mass/super channel.
"Private Label & National Brands: Dialing in on Core Shoppers", Report, IRI, January 20, 2015, © IRI
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Affluent Or Not, Shoppers Look For National Brand Savings Before Choosing Store Brands

July 24, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Research from a retail marketing agency finds that higher income shoppers tend to be more doubtful about the value of private label consumer goods. But these more affluent consumers – like their lower income counterparts – regularly compare national brand prices, look for sales and use coupons before turning to store brands. According to The Integer Group, all shoppers carefully consider their savings options before making a final decision about quality over price. As to specifics, lower-income shoppers lean toward private label cereals, cleaning and laundry products, while more affluent shoppers prefer national brand snacks, beverages, and ice cream.
"The Checkout: Private Label Edition", Shopper Culture – Integer, July 24, 2014, © The Integer Group
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Shoppers In U.K. Are Comfortable Buying Store Brand Foods

June 18, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A survey of a thousand British food shoppers finds that a majority (55 percent) believe the best of the “own label” (i.e., store or house) brands are as good as national brands, and 63 percent regard “regular” own-label brands the same quality as major brands. The bottom line is that shoppers have grown very comfortable buying store brands in most – but not all – categories. Sixty-one percent of shoppers regard “value” own-label brands as worse than manufacturer brands. Only 27 percent see them as the same. A spokesman for the research company that conducted the survey says the results certainly show the impact of the recession on food shopping. But they also show a longer-term trend: retailers are more sophisticated in developing and marketing their store brands.
Jonathan Bacon, "Retailer brands are holding their own", Marketing Week, June 18, 2014, © Centaur Communications Ltd (a member of the Centaur Media plc group)
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More US Consumers Buying Private Label Grocery Products, Study Shows

June 12, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
In the United States, 98 percent of shoppers buy private label food or cleaning products, compared with 96 percent in 2013, according to data from market research firm Market Force Information. Results of the grocery study revealed only a small percentage of consumers are not aware of private label brands and the same number say they never purchase them. Also, 78 percent of respondents said their primary grocery retailer offers private label dairy products, with 60 percent of customers saying they buy private label dairy products most of the time or always. According to Market Force, 26 percent of shoppers buy private label cleaning products most of the time or always, an increase from 23 percent in 2013.
"Private Label Groceries Growing in Popularity, According to Market Force Study 95% of shoppers buy private label dairy products at least some of the time ", Market Force , June 12, 2014, © Market Force Information, Inc
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Almost All Millennials Aware Of Store Brand Products, Survey Says

January 27, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Almost all Millennials, consumers born between 1980 and 2000, are aware of store brands, with 96 percent saying they know of store brand products, according to an online survey conducted by Surveylab for the PLMA. Results of the “My Generation and Grocery Shopping” online survey revealed 36 percent of the respondents buy store brand products frequently and 53 percent buy them occasionally. Of the 1,500 Millennials who took part in the survey, more than three-quarters said they are the primary grocery shopper in their household, with the rest saying they share the shopping task with another adult member of the household. Millennial consumers are always looking for value when they shop for groceries. Only 44 percent of respondents said they are employed full time, 21 percent said they have a part-time job, and 11 percent are looking for a job.
Carol Angrisani, "Store Brands 2014: Managing Millennials", Supermarket News , January 27, 2014, © Penton
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