Long gone are the days of no-frills packaging intended only for those on a tight budget—private labels, also known as store brands, are no longer viewed simply as low-cost alternatives to name brands. They’re increasingly high-quality products that fulfill consumer needs across a variety of price points.
Shoppers have noticed this shift and are responding positively. Today, perceptions about private label are overwhelmingly favorable—almost three-quarters of global respondents (71%) say private-label quality has improved over time. A door once opened by economic necessity has widened to include a variety of private-label products that remain viable and trusted for many consumers worldwide. Read More @ Around the Globe, Private Label's Appeal Goes Beyond Price