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How to lose your customers

This is a story about a plane and just plain bad customer service

The beauty of ‘ugly’ produce

It’s not just about selling imperfect fruits and vegetables at a lower price— it’s about educating consumers not to waste

Searching for coffee, I struck gold with a good price and an unexpected but welcome value in Meijer Gold’s flavorful brand

While consumers increasingly scrutinize grocery products and brands, more are also checking packaging for its environmental impact

For years, Publix Super Markets has drawn a massive following for its fried chicken, which it sells in its deli department as a private brand

Digimarc Corp.’s Heidi Dethloff speaks with Store Brands Editor-in-Chief Lawrence Aylward about the dangers that poor checkout experiences can inflict on a retailer’s image and bottom line, and how retailers can improve the process

Private brands from one country will continue to become accessible to consumers in another country because of e-commerce, which could generate sales and market share of retailers’ private brands around the world

Americans are poised to splurge this holiday season. Why not on private brands?

Retailers, consumers may need patience as farmers try to recover from the wildfires across the state

If anything,’s acquisition of Whole Foods lit a fire under other grocery retailers, which several of them have done

Helping fix the planet, The Kroger Co. is the only food and drugstore firm to make the top 10 on Fortune’s 2018 Change the World list. But grocers and other retailers don’t have to have Kroger-sized resources to make a difference

Survey reveals that long lines and poor checkout experiences are reasons why consumers shop elsewhere. But are retailers taking this seriously?

If its latest earnings are any indication, Publix withstood the recent uproar for its support of an NRA proponent. Perhaps people realize that Publix is not the villain it was made out to be

Set to cancel the Hanesbrands line, Target is adding more of its own apparel brands, which will likely invigorate profits

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