Leaping on the bandwagon

Jones, Morag Cuddeford
December 2002
Brand Strategy;Dec2002, Issue 166, p26
Trade Publication
Investigates the move of supermarkets in pouring investment into own-label products in Great Britain. Advantages of patronizing supermarket brands; Growth opportunity provided by own brand; Concern of retailers on increasing consumer choice.


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