Private label in Europe

Despite the challenges created by the pandemic, private label has been able to hold its own and gained share in several European countries. See how the share compares for several countries in 2020 and the three-year trend for sales in volume and value terms.

Private label in the cost-crisis era

In this report we answer five key questions to help you understand the direction of travel of private label development. 

10 retailers in Western Europe winning with private label

We look at 10 retailers, from Albert Heijn to Lidl and SPAR Austria and others, winning with private label in Western Europe.

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Albertsons launched its ‘Signature’ brands in 2016 and has since amassed more than 9,000 products over four sub brands, which generate more than US$8.9 bn annually. The retailer has announced plans to consolidate some of these, which it says will help it to build a deeper connection with its customers.

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Casino has announced that Les Mousquetaires, which operates Intermarché, is joining discussions with itself and Teract regarding a purchasing alliance. Extending purchasing alliance to 2028 As part of this, Casino and Les Mousquetaires are exploring extending their existing purchasing alliance until 2028. This discussion may also extend to Groupe Casino and Teract. Areas of collaboration...
Central Food Retail, which operates Tops supermarkets and food halls, is bringing Coles private label products to Thailand. Introducing the best of Australia to Thai shoppers Central Food Retail is known for bringing together a unique range of exclusive brands in its stores. Many of its shoppers appreciate the quality of its products. The retailer attracts tourists, expats and well-travelle...
Tesco has begun 2023 with a flurry of new sustainability initiatives in packaging and farming, as it strives to hit its environmental objectives. Private label tea bags to go plastic-free Tesco has started the move to make all its tea bags compostable via food caddies and local authority recycling. The move means all tea bags sold by Tesco will be compostable by the summer, which equates to...
5-year forecasts to 2027

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Four forces of change

To survive and indeed thrive, businesses need to know and understand these four forces and assess the potential impacts and opportunities for their business, and then apply this thinking to their future plans and strategies.

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