Private label and brands presentations


The French retailer Intermarché, known for its wide range of private labels, has launched a new quality label to promote local food.
Carrefour has launched an initiative which will replace its standard baby food range, with completely organic alternatives.
Toast Ale, the British craft brewer known for its recipes that use bread that would normally go to waste, is now brewing beer from pumpkin flesh that would usually be discarded.
Norway-based Meny, operated by NorgesGruppen, celebrated the 10th anniversary of the launch of its premium private label Jacobs.
Avril Supermarche´ Sante´ in Laval is the first retailer to use CultiGo, a revolutionary and environmentally friendly vertical farming platform that can grow a variety of organic micro-herbs on-site all year round.
Tesco has launched a plant-based range, called Plant Chef. The private label range offers shoppers an alternative to traditional family meals.
Lidl Belgium has launched a ‘super fair’ chocolate under its private label, called Way to Go!
Finland's K Group will introduce a tool that will show its K-Plussa customers the carbon footprint of their food purchases from K Group’s grocery stores.
The Forks is an ethical and supportive online store that operates on a membership model, allowing it to offer prices up to 50% lower than traditional organic stores.
Kaufland has launched a new logo, which it will add to private label products to highlight those that use eco-friendly packaging.