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The French ranking method Nutri-score is the best known across Europe and has already been adopted in France, Belgium, and Netherlands and by giant companies such as Nestlé, Delhaize, Carrefour, and Danone to tackle the increase in diet-related diseases. Other large multinational food companies like Coca-Cola, Pepsico, Mars, Unilever, and Mondelez refuse to adapt the system. In this whitepaper, we break down the Impact and Effects of Nutri-score on retailers and consumers.
In this whitepaper, we explores the changing nature of consumer behavior. With comment from Independent Retail Expert, Clare Bailey, we take a look back over the last decade of change, analyze 2018 specifically and look beyond at consumer behavior trends of the future.
To discover common challenges faced by retail companies around the world and their Private Label strategies, Trace One recently conducted a Global Collaboration Survey. This infographic looks at the top 4 concerns of retailers and how they plan to overcome their challenges to stay competitive.
This whitepaper places emphasis on the opportunities that GDPR presents to food retailers and the positive aspects of creating a truly data-centric approach to business.
This Infographic summarizes the findings of Trace One's latest Private Label Global Survey. A company’s very survival may depend on how well it works with its suppliers. Discover why Collaboration is the future of Private Label and practical tips on how to build collaborative partnerships as a strategy for sustainable growth.
In the last special report from Trace One's Private Label Global Survey, we explore the Top 4 challenges of retailers and their partners in 2019 and how to solve them to meet customers' needs and increase sales.
This second report of the latest Trace One's Private Label Global Survey explores how retail partners collaborate to overcome challenges of a complicated grocery sector and remain competitive.
This Infographic summarizes the findings of the latest Trace One's Private Label Global Survey. Here, we explore how Private Label companies collaborate, what they expect from suppliers and the main challenges they face when sourcing and launching new products.
This special report summarizes Trace One 's 2018 Private Label survey results and provides practical tips to help Private Label partners enhance collaboration during Private Label product development.
With Amazon's acquisition of Whole Foods and changing consumer habits, the retail world has been facing tremendous changes. Today, customers can shop from anywhere using all kinds of devices to satisfy their needs and control their budgets. Delivering the "right" customer experience strategy depends on your products, your store, your brand, and your shoppers. More than ever, retailers need to step up to retain customers and tackle competition.
Since retail and Private Label product development has become more sophisticated and turbulent, retail companies now need a new approach for optimal business decision-making. This whitepaper will look at influential market trends impacting retail companies – and how they can take action now to make better business decisions.
In the final whitepaper in the ‘Changing face of Private Label’ series, you will discover insights from Irish Private Label Expert Padraigh Cronin, German private label expert Hermann Sievers, and U.S. based private brand expert David Atkins. Their diverse insights on private label’s past, present and future reveal global commonalities, in addition to regional distinctions.