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Platform decreases time spent on product sourcing


RangeMe, an online platform for product discovery, has launched RangeMe Verified brands, a premium service that allows retail buyers to more easily identify those products and companies that are business-ready, and provides product suppliers increased visibility on RangeMe’s platform.

Since its US launch in 2015, RangeMe has had more than 95,000 brands join its platform, and has established retail partnerships with Whole Foods Market, Target, Albertsons and more.

“Getting a product on store shelves can be a challenging task for both the buyer and the supplier, but it doesn’t have to be,” says Nicky Jackson, founder and CEO of RangeMe. “By launching RangeMe Verified brands we are defining a new industry measure for product sourcing as well as creating increased opportunities for both suppliers and buyers.”

Sourcing the right product can be a time-consuming process, but RangeMe Verified brands significantly decreases that time, according to the company. To ensure the verification process met buyers’ high standards, RangeMe collaborated with retailers to determine the necessary criteria suppliers needed to meet to give buyers confidence they are sourcing the best products that are ready for market. These criteria include high-quality images, insurance, barcodes, nutritional labels, and more, verified by the RangeMe team.

"In order to keep up with consumer demand and stay competitive in our industry's fastest moving and most innovative category, we need the ability to onboard on-trend brands quickly and efficiently," says Sarah Groves, buyer for natural and organic foods at Southeastern Grocers. "RangeMe Verified brands help streamline our category review process by making it easy to identify high-quality manufacturers that are ready to do business now."

For suppliers, being RangeMe Verified increases their visibility to buyers by up to seven times over non-verified suppliers, according to the company.