Private label and brands presentations


Aldi is currently testing electronic shelf-edge labels (SELs) in its store in Glascote. See the label in action here.
Amazon has opened physical stores that only sell products that have received a 4-star rating or above, are a top seller, or are new and trending on
Consumer DNA testing pioneer DnaNudge is collaborating with Imperial College London to explore – for the first time – the effects of DNA-personalised food choices on health outcomes for pre-diabetic individuals.
Reese’s has launched a ‘Candy exchange vending machine’ for Halloween. Reese’s is offering trick-or-treaters the chance to trade in their unwanted Halloween sweets, in exchange for a Reese’s cup.
Italy-based Unes, with its premium priced banner Il Viaggiator Goloso, has enabled its electronic shelf-edge labels to show the reviews and scores products have received on its website
Albert Heijn has launched an in-store counter that is solely dedicated to vegan food. The feature is within a Ahold Delhaize owned store in Amsterdam, in Gelderlandplein.
Finland-based cooperative S Group has begun testing its new 'Pike-perch radar' solution, based on blockchain technology developed by IBM. The aim is to increase transparency in the food chain and provide consumers with traceable information. Blockchain technology, relatively new within the food retail business, is being tested on the Finnish fish chain via the Pike-perch radar solution.
Product sampling company Send Me a Sample has made it possible for consumers to order products by simply asking their Google or Amazon voice assistants to send them a sample when they see an advert featuring the Send Me a Sample logo.
The indicator has been used by Norway’s largest grocery chain, REMA 1000, which has achieved up to 60% reduction in food waste.
Seventeen Hema supermarkets in Shanghai recently launched a food-provenance feature that tells customers about an item’s farm-to-store journey.