Private label and brands presentations


Innovation of the week: Premium UK retailer Waitrose is trialling a video shelf edge labelling system at several fixtures at its Trumpington store in Cambridge.
We explore six trends shaping private development in Western Europe. Focus areas include creating ranges that echo changing shopper trends, driving new sales opportunities and using products to hero key categories.
Read this report to understand the key opportunities to unlock growth with the UK’s biggest variety discount players.
It has been reported that Diageo has launched ‘’, a new alcohol home delivery service across the UK, with Deliveroo.
Innovation of the week: Domino’s continues to innovate its delivery method, with reports that it plans to use reindeer to deliver takeaways during the festive period. Previously Domino’s has used robots in Australia and drones in New Zealand to deliver its pizzas.
Innovation of the week: Albert Heijn has reopened its recently renovated XL supermarket in Purmerend, which it claims has the first in-store farming unit in the Netherlands. The store is also reported to be the most sustainable supermarket in Europe.
We examine the three key business areas which have been instrumental to premium UK grocery retailers’ growth post-recession and which will form the basis of their ongoing growth strategies. Read on for retailer inspiration and to identify the opportunities and challenges associated with with these retailers.
In Berlin, Metro Cash & Carry has launched Europe’s first in-store vertical farm in collaboration with food start-up INFARM.
Get inspired by the latest private label innovations.

Intermarché is launching ‘les biscuits moches’ (ugly biscuits) in a campaign to raise awareness of and combat food waste. Check out this slide for the key facts and IGD’s assessment.