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Lidl store openings put a dent in competitive stores' sales

Existing supermarkets felt the heat in fresh departments, less in center store

Fresh foods keep in-store sales thriving, study says

Retailers looking for immediate growth opportunities shouldn’t ignore the brick-and-mortar store perimeter, according to Nielsen

E -commerce giant is in the early stages of moving into newer categories, such as grocery, but is building its own suite of brands in the category

Publix and Wegmans tied for first place; Publix for ease of finding items, clean stores and fast checkouts. Wegmans was tops in its specialty department service and second in item availability

How retailers can leverage limited-time and exclusive offerings to generate excitement and tap into consumers’ fear of missing out

Shoppers aged 18 to 34 drawn to Lidl’s private brands and attractive prices

Market researcher reports that sales of consumer packaged goods (CPG) got off to a slow start in the first quarter of 2018, but will improve in coming months

Retailers need to use science to engage specific audiences and to better understand their customers, says Matt Sargent, senior vice president of Magid.

Packaged Facts finds that the belief that natural, organic and humane agricultural practices produce foods that are healthier, tastier or more nutritious is widespread among the general adult population

They want more information and shop for brands that reflect their social or political values, according to NRF survey

Private brands needs to be ‘a service, a voice, an authority,’ according to Daymon’s Dave Harvey

Generation could have a tremendous impact on a possible boom of private brands

Private brands are flourishing, according to a recent Daymon study, but there are still retailers that need to take their store brand programs to the next level — or else

Private brands are flourishing according to a recent Daymon study, but there are still retailers that need to take their store brand programs to the next level — or else.

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