The acquisition is already bringing significant change to the retail landscape, especially to online grocery and private-label products.
After selling more than 100 million cups of its signature brew, the grab-and-go version is rolling out at Whole Foods stores nationwide.
The online giant is getting right to business, too, announcing plans to begin cutting prices on a selection of grocery staples across Whole Foods stores.
New research by 1010data has revealed how well Amazon’s private-label brands are performing online.
Beginning later this month, the pilot program will allow Aldi to introduce shoppers in Atlanta, Dallas and Los Angeles to its private brands.
To showcase the category’s increasing popularity, the PLMA has planned a special exhibition at its annual trade show in Chicago.
The private label offering at Sprouts now accounts for more than 10% of store sales, and it’s showing no signs of slowing down.
Some brands will have their own designated areas on the new platform, enabling them to fulfill any orders they receive via Feelunique.
Amazon has dominated headlines with its disruption of multiple channels, but when it comes to news about its private brand apparel and accessories, it has remained low key.
Own brands make up 47% of the average e-commerce marketbasket for the French retailer, which is leading the way in that country's drive grocery fulfillment model.