Store Brand

   This is another name for private-label merchandise or a brand that is specific to a particular retail store under its own label or rebranded under another name.
   See also Product development.

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  • store-brand — adj, always used before a noun store brand products • • • Main Entry: ↑store brand * * * ˈstore brand [store brand] (US) ( …   Useful english dictionary

  • store brand — ➔ brand1 * * * store brand UK US noun [C] (US ► COMMERCE, MARKETING a product that has the name of the store where you buy it, rather than a name used by the company that made it: »Unlike national brands, store brands can lower their prices and… …   Financial and business terms

  • store-brand — UK US adjective US COMMERCE, MARKETING ► OWN BRAND(Cf. ↑own brand) …   Financial and business terms

  • store brand — store ,brand noun count AMERICAN something for sale in a store, especially a supermarket, that has the store s own label on it and not the label of the company that produced it …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • store brand — n especially AmE a type of goods that is produced for a particular shop and has the shop s name on it ▪ Store brands are cheaper than name brands …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Store brand — Marketing Key concepts Product marketing · Pricing …   Wikipedia

  • store brand — an item offered for sale under a store s own label. * * * noun, pl ⋯ brands [count] : a product that is made for a store and has the store s name on it compare ↑name brand store brand adj, always used before a noun store brand products …   Useful english dictionary

  • store-brand — adj. Store brand is used with these nouns: ↑product …   Collocations dictionary

  • store brand — an item offered for sale under a store s own label. * * * …   Universalium

  • store brand — noun A brand, usually for multiple products and usually unadvertised, for products only sold at a particular group of retail outlets …   Wiktionary

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