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Report: Traditional grocers continue to lose market share

“Understanding, anticipating and proactively accommodating shifting shopper demand must take priority among retailers," Inmar's "2019 Future of Food Retailing Report" advises

Premium products driving store brand growth

Higher-end private brands now account for 19% of total sales, according to Nielsen

FMI’s “2019 Power of Foodservice at Retail” report says variety, speed and technology are driving segment

According to Gallup poll, there has been a 3% increase in online grocery shopping in two years

According to '2019 Grocery Tech Trends Study,' 81% of grocers recorded increased private label sales over the past five years

In 2018, retailers with the nation's top private brands programs launched more than three times as many new private brand products as compared to the industry average, according to Daymon report

Report advocates that many private label products and lines should be considered simply as ‘brands’

Deep-discounter noted for value and quality, according to “2019 U.S. Supermarket Experience Study”

New study focuses on how U.S. grocers are competing against Europe’s deep-discounters

Growth 100 Teaser

The fastest-growing categories in private brands are clearly innovating with distinctive products, meeting consumers’ needs and capitalizing on current trends

Private brands still dominate value-driven categories but have more growth potential in underdeveloped segments such as pet products and personal care, say retail analysts

Our 2017 State of the Industry survey reaffirms that retailers and suppliers continue to embrace natural/organics to grow store brands.

Private brands are thriving in sales and units in several segments, from pest control to refrigerated meats to wine

The future looks bright for store brands, with two-thirds of consumers planning to buy more of them in the coming six months

Cadent Consulting Group also says consumers perceive store brands as brands

Flexible eating styles, regional tastes and plant-based alternatives predicted in year ahead

Retail Feedback Group finds online shoppers rate overall satisfaction highest with Amazon

According to FMI report, age group continues ‘to lead the way online’ for several food-related functions

Trace One finds that 47.5 percent of retailers find it difficult to achieve expected benefits and improved product quality when switching

Consumers say they will spend 4.1 percent more overall than last year, according to NRF

Increased smartphone use, improved website/mobile interfaces and expansion of crowdsourced business models are three factors creating growth

Products are online retailer’s brands, but are made and owned by other manufacturers that benefit from being promoted on Amazon.com

FMI report details how retailers can position their store brands for success in category

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

When it comes to groceries, Generation Z is rather ‘brand agnostic,’ report says, yet it ‘weighs price, location, experience and quality’

Savings, grocery delivery convenience, online ordering and meal kits are top priorities, survey says

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