The Boston-based virtual wine company is bringing an $80 cabernet sauvignon to market for under $40.
Private label brands and toy companies alike can greatly benefit from being Santa Tested Santa Approved, the organization said.
The acquisition is already bringing significant change to the retail landscape, especially to online grocery and private-label products.
Jeff Strack is president and CEO for the new Indiana Grocery Group 18 Strack & Van Til stores and two Town & Country stores. He spoke about the challenges he’s faced and the changes in store at the Morning Business Hour program at First Financial Bank in New York, reported the Chicago Tribune. “We lost 3,800 jobs in 9 months,” Strack told the newspaper. “[I] had to repair [our] relationships with employees and venders and reestablish [our] reputation.” Strack added that “they are going back to a lot of private label Strack & Van Til products. ‘We will have 4,000 of our own brand items,’” he was quoted as saying. (Chicago Tribune)
The company wants to connect with more customers by offering them wholesale pricing on private label water.
The late-stage specialty pharmaceutical company has focused on commercializing two patent-protected products, Aspertec 325-mg and Aspertec 81-mg.
Inovata Foods produces frozen food entrees under private label arrangements and has co-packing agreements with multinational companies.
Schlotterbeck & Foss manufactures specialty food products with natural, non-GMO and organic ingredients in their new, SQ F-certified facility.
Sofina Foods is expanding its turkey processing capacity, creating approximately 100 new jobs and retaining approximately 60 positions in Ontario.
An increasing number of customers are shopping online for CPGs and are more willing to consider buying new, innovative brands.