Private label and brands presentations


Private label ranges are a key area in which retailers can differentiate themselves and stand out in an increasingly complex and competitive retail market. We look at a range of innovative initiatives being used by retailer globally and consider how brands are looking to compete.
Hairy crabs, one of the most popular delicacies of the season in eastern China, are being sold in a vending machine at an office building in downtown Shanghai.
Global dressings brand, Hellmann’s, has partnered with on-demand delivery startup Quiqup to deliver fresh ingredients to consumers at the click of a button.
Johnnie Walker’s My Edition is a new product concept, currently in development from Diageo’s Futures team.
Finland-based supermarket chain Kesko has introduced “Vege shelves”, which are vegetarian-only display cases, at 200 stores.
Innovation: Sainsbury’s is introducing food packaging labels that show how long its own-brand ham has been open.
Innovation:, the online retailer that was acquired by Walmart in September 2016, has launched a wordplay game on its website.
Understand the economic backdrop for retailers operating in the Middle East, and the five trends we expect to see them adopting in the future.
Avocados with laser etched labels are going on sale at Marks and Spencer (M&S) as part of a drive to reduce waste.
Innovation of the week: Tesco and Spoon Guru have partnered to help customers with specific diets and tastes to quickly and easily find food suitable for themselves when shopping online.