Attributes- The Attribute option allows grocers the ability to print easy to spot and identify icons on shelf bib tags. With 12 different attributes consumers know a variety of information about a product without having to read the package. AWG will provide the attributes data files, powered by NuVal and organized by UPC number. Retailers will receive updated attribute information each month and can provide it directly to your shelf-signage provider or use for printing shelf tags in-house.

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Leveraging the Power of Private Label & Organics

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I recently listened to a webinar from Store Brands titled The Power of Private Brands. As someone who is focused solely on marketing our private label, this webinar confirmed my belief that AWG Brands consist of great products that carry…

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What You Need to Know about the New Nutrition Facts Label

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On Monday May 20th, the FDA finalized their proposal to change Nutrition Facts labels for packaged goods. Considering that these rules haven’t changed for over two decades, I was pleased to hear the Nutrition Facts label is finally getting a makeover. Americans are changing…

2016 On the Shelves: Food Trends Lookout

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It’s no secret that shoppers are shopping differently. Some of this is impacted by different formats of stores, more competition and a wider variety of products, but shoppers are also considering nutrition when walking the aisles of their local grocery…

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Supporting Nutrition in Schools

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The focus on nutrition in schools as well as other governmental regulations might finally be paying off. Childhood obesity rates appear to be plateauing, though still unacceptably high. It’s hard to pinpoint exactly what is making the difference, but providing…

The Local Trend

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Food trends come and go, but one seems to be in it for the long haul: local products. A survey from the National Restaurant Association last year found that local food trends are dominating the market, with three of the…

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How to Successfully Market Organic & Natural Foods

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If your store isn’t selling organic or natural food products, you should change that. According to a recent webinar by NGA (National Grocers Association), 8 in 10 U.S. families purchase organic products. The growth of organic and natural sales are…

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Organic Food is for the Average, Ordinary American

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The belief that only wealthy people buy organic food is actually a myth. Ali Partovi disproved this misconception at the 2015 TedxManhattan talks, where he presented recent data on the growing market of organic shoppers. In the past year, 3…

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Keeping up with the Nutrition Competition

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What is your store doing to keep up with the competition in nutrition? Retailers across the nation are recognizing the vast opportunities in the growing nutrition market. In this day and age, if you want to keep up with competitors…

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Better Nutrition Labels Simplify Health Food Decisions for Customers

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Better Nutrition Labels Simplify Health Food Decisions for Customers As a health-conscious grocery shopper, I am constantly checking nutrition labels when deciding between food products. Unfortunately, this process is extremely time-consuming, and often leaves me confused. Nutrition Fact labels are…

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Should I Eat That?

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Hm, what’s for breakfast? Certainly in the Midwest, a ‘traditional’ breakfast of Eggs, Bacon, Toast, Orange Juice and/or Coffee sounds good to many people. It’s easy, fast and nutritious, right? You have your protein and your whole wheat toast with…