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How to live up to your brand promises 15th February 2018 From Shaun Bossons

How to live up to your brand promises

Look at your data and business intelligence strategy, and challenge it to make your company even stronger and more attractive to customers.

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A Network Built for Success 25th January 2018 From Antoine Daviet

A Network Built for Success

Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods sent a new shockwave through the U.S. (and global) retail market. The sector had already faced unprecedented disruption from digital transformation, assertive consumers, and compliance constraints.

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To Serve Shoppers Better, Drive With Data 4th January 2018 From Sébastien Corbay

To Serve Shoppers Better, Drive With Data

Trace One Insight helps retailers and suppliers differentiate their companies through private label data and proactive analytics, so they collaborate better internally and across their supply chain to serve shoppers better.

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Channel Blurring and E-Commerce Shake Up Grocery in Germany 29th November 2017 From Thomas Spieker

Channel Blurring and E-Commerce Shake Up Grocery in Germany

Amid unrelenting competitive and consumer pressure, Germany’s grocery retailers are rethinking how they present their offerings.

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Grocery E-Commerce Catapults to a Strategic Priority 25th October 2017 From Kelly Thompson

Grocery E-Commerce Catapults to a Strategic Priority

Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods sent a new shockwave through the U.S. (and global) retail market. The sector had already faced unprecedented disruption from digital transformation, assertive consumers, and compliance constraints.

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How Brexit May Impact The UK Food Industry 11th October 2017 From Bobby Raymond

How Brexit May Impact The UK Food Industry

Grocery retail is among the sectors that upcoming Brexit negotiations may shake up. As the UK separates from the European Union (EU), the country will need to start sourcing grocery products from other countries,such as the US, Japan and Germany, which may lead to different products, ingredients and standard for Britain’s supply chain.

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9 U.S. Compliance Trends Impacting Food Supply Chains 12th September 2017 From Don Low

9 U.S. Compliance Trends Impacting Food Supply Chains

To keep consumers safe, earn brand trust and stand out in the crowded grocery sector, U.S. retailers and suppliers must understand and adapt to compliance and trends affecting their private label and national brand food products.

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Europe’s Latest Food Scandal Encourages Retailers to Enhance Food Safety 25th August 2017 From Shaun Bossons

Europe’s Latest Food Scandal Encourages Retailers to Enhance Food Safety

When food safety scandals like the European's egg crisis strike, both retailers and suppliers are subject to investigations, and word spreads quickly. Big or small, recalls greatly impact customer loyalty as consumers tend to remember product recalls well.

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The Future of Private Label Brands 5th July 2017 From Nick Thompson

The Future of Private Label Brands

Private Label brands are critical to a retailer’s value image, supporting margin and profitability. Tools and networks are becoming more mature and accessible, making it easier to develop Private Label products. Due to all of this, private labels will likely expand throughout the U.S. in sooner than five years

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Driving Consumer Trust with a Strong Food Safety Culture 10th March 2017 From Sian Duddy

Driving Consumer Trust with a Strong Food Safety Culture

During last week’s Global Food Safety Conference, the leaders of the food retail and manufacturing industry discussed numerous topics, including the push for future growth and innovations working to keep food safe from farm to fork. While the topics ranged from panel to panel, there was one collective and overarching focus on the minds of attendees and experts which was the desire to create a stronger food safety culture.

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There’s nothing like knowing what consumers really want 24th November 2016 From Sian Duddy

There’s nothing like knowing what consumers really want

To remain relevant, companies must base their business decisions on market intelligence. And yet: all too often meaningful consumer insights are not taken full advantage of throughout the supply chain. Closer collaboration between retailers and suppliers could change this.

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Too many tools spoil the broth 10th November 2016 From Sian Duddy

Too many tools spoil the broth

The private label market continues to be marked by intense competition and economic uncertainty. However, with almost half of survey respondents saying their product development is inhibited by the use of generic and offline tools, there is, it seems, plenty of potential for stakeholders to up their game and take better advantage of the opportunity private label offers their business.

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