Private Label Brands 2022

How Store Brands Fill Product Voids and Boost Margins

About This Report
Private label brands have taken on increasing importance in retailers’ arsenals on the heels of positive consumer sentiment. This report looks at how retailers can use store brands to bolster their product assortment and thus increase their margins.
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Executive Summary

There was a time when consumers thought private label brands were just generic, cheap alternatives. But now, against a backdrop of rising product costs and stock-outs, consumers are embracing these viable options. At the same time, retailers have been ramping up quality, creating enticing packaging, and enhancing marketing for their in-house brands. Together, these developments make private label offerings a more important part of retailers’ strategies.

Key Question: How are private label brands critical to the success of multibrand retailers in a fragmented market?

KEY STAT: US consumers have recently switched to—and stuck with—private label brands across a variety of product categories, from consumer packaged goods to apparel.

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  1. Executive Summary
  2. Private Label Brands Hit an Inflection Point
  3. What Are the Motivators Driving This Momentum?
  1. As Private Label Brands Proliferate, What Must Retailers Do to Succeed?
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Suzy Davidkhanian


Sky Canaves
Senior Analyst, Retail & Ecommerce
Bianca Carasus
Andrew Lipsman
Principal Analyst, Retail & Ecommerce
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