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Convenience leader is rolling out 7-Select brand pumpkin-flavored items to go with its seasonal coffee bar and pumpkin spice latte offering

Baking since 1851, Jacksons Bakery will begin baking own brand bread for Co-op next Spring

Company now has more than 40 SKUs, all available for or currently part of own brand initiatives

Products remain a household staple, but merchandisers that provide alternatives to traditional selections can help energize the sector

The Oscar Mayer brand introduced the P3 Portable Protein Pack.

Ready Pac Foods Inc. introduced the newest addition to its Bistro Bowl Salads line, the Baby Kale Turkey Cranberry Bistro Bowl.

The bakery products could contain small metal shavings.

Retailers could attract consumers to store brand baked goods and desserts with smaller sizes and more healthful options.

The items, sold in Safeway, Acme and Jewel stores, could contain undeclared peanuts.

The facility will produce both branded and store brand products.

The facility will produce both branded and store brand products.

Strong sales opportunities in bread and bagels await retailers that respond to changing consumer consumption patterns.

Gluten-free offerings have gone mainstream, but retailers will still find untapped opportunities on the store brand side.

Health-related tweaks, premium offerings and targeted marketing could boost sales of store brand cookies and crackers.

Pizza preferences are evolving to reflect a hunger for healthy, wholesome and gourmet qualities.

South Coast Baking manufactures premium frozen cookie dough for grocery in-store bakeries.

Each kit features pre-measured fresh ingredients and step-by-step instructions.

Freshly baked chocolate chip cookies will cost 25 cents each.

Retailers need to innovate to lure shoppers away from pizzerias — and to own-brand pizza offerings.

Evolving consumer eating habits and health concerns are paving the way for additional cheese category revenue streams.

Store brand dips and spreads could fatten retailers’ bottom lines if they satisfy consumer demands for enhanced flavor, healthier ingredients, longer shelf life and more effective packaging.

Retailers could attract customer interest to store brand desserts with more premium options, healthful ingredients and the right marketing efforts.

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