As with much of retail, the private brand industry has undergone a dramatic transformation during the past decade. The recession that began in 2007 spurred demand for store brands, and thanks to satisfaction with product quality demand remained intact as economic conditions improved.
The biggest question for the future of online grocery commerce comes down to the last mile.
As in, who's going to drive it—retailers or customers?
Food retailers who want to use online commerce will have to make a hard choice between three major options: delivery, store pickup or both.
Al Carey's 40-year CPG career began in the mid-'70s at Procter & Gamble followed by 35 years with PepsiCo. Such tenure gives Carey a unique perspective on how the industry has evolved to deal with emerging threats and capitalize on new opportunities.
Bananas are the world’s most popular fruit with more than 100 billion consumed annually, but there is so much more to the story of this fresh department commodity.
Bananas are found in all types of retailers and more than 1,000 varieties are grown in 150 countries. However, most U.S.
Alibaba recorded an eye-popping $25.3 billion in sales during its one day 11.11 Global Shopping Festival and brands such as Mondelez, Mattel, Gap, Gerber and L’Oreal were part of the action.
The massive sales figure during the 24-hour November 11 period was a 39% increase from the prior yea