Own brands make up 47% of the average e-commerce marketbasket for the French retailer, which is leading the way in that country's drive grocery fulfillment model.
For the first time, market share stands at 30% or above in 15 of the 20 countries tracked for PLMA’s International Private Label Yearbook.
Prime Day's message is clear. Amazon’s global reach is allowing it to disrupt every channel from grocery to apparel and everything in between.
While no one is hitting the panic button, executives across the U.S. grocery landscape are sharpening their pencils in an effort to improve operations across three distinct areas.
Bemax has become an approved Walmart vendor and will be supplying its private label Mother’s Touch disposable diapers to the Big Box giant’s online shoppers.
In addition to the packaging changes, Vitacost.com has organized its own brand supplement line into three major brands.
Amazon has more than half its customers in some form of brand intimacy, where they feel personally connected to that brand, compared with 42% for Whole Foods customers, according to MBLM.
The Prime Wardrobe subscription service offers shoppers more than a million items from Amazon's private labels as well as from national brands.
While Amazon was disrupting the U.S. grocery market, Walmart was beefing up its fashion portfolio with the acquisition of Bonobos.
Despite the many sales that showrooming has afforded Amazon throughout the years, the retailer surely doesn't want to become a victim going forward.