Compromising Quality Could Hurt Private Label: Speaker

Efforts by some retailers to lower prices on private-label products by asking manufacturers to reduce the quality of the ingredients they use could threaten the positive impression consumers have about house brands, a wholesale executive said here during a workshop session on food safety at the National Grocers Association's 26th annual convention.

LAS VEGAS — Efforts by some retailers to lower prices on private-label products by asking manufacturers to reduce the quality of the ingredients they use could threaten the positive impression consumers have about house brands, a wholesale executive said here during a workshop session on food safety at the National Grocers Association's 26th annual convention. According to John Paul, vice president, sales and merchandising, for Nash Finch Co., Minneapolis, the industry's move to improve the q

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