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PLPlace
PLPublic Law
PLPublic Library
PLPoland (top-level domain)
PLPerl (File extension)
PLPhysical Layer
PLPlus
PLPlans
PLProgramming Language
PLPower Level (Everquest)
PLPower Line
PLPlay List
PLProduct Line (Engineering)
PLPlain
PLPlate
PLPlug
PLProcedural Language
PLParking Lot
PLProduction Line
PLPrivate Label
PLPower Law (spectral model)
PLPrivate Line
PLPhotoluminescence
PLProfessional Liability (insurance)
PLProgram Leader
PLPerformance Level
PLPlanner (various organizations)
PLProduct Liability
PLProject Leader
PLProperty Line
PLPlatz (German: plaza)
PLPlymouth (postcode, United Kingdom)
PLPot Limit (poker)
PLPacking List (transportation)
PLPipeline
PLpolyester
PLParts List
PLPlein (Dutch: square)
PLPathological Liar
PLParadise Lost (band)
PLPhospholipase
PLPenny Lane (Beatles song)
PLPhilips Lighting
PLPathetic Loser
PLPreferred Language
PLProtection Level
PLParty Line (telecommunications)
PLPower Locks
PLPartido Liberal (Liberal Party - Brazil)
PLPeriodontal Ligament (also seen as PDL; anatomy)
PLPacket Loss
PLParental Leave
PLPhysics Laboratory
PLPlatoon
PLPagelength (assembly language ASM51 assembler control)
PLPaul London (wrestler)
PLPig Latin
PLPaid Leave
PLPancreatic Lipase
PLProperty Loss
PLPeroneus Longus (anatomy)
PLPlutonium
PLPath Loss
PLPaternity Leave
PLPandemic Legion (gaming community)
PLIce Pellets (weather)
PLProduct Library
PLPangudi Luhur (Indonesian school)
PLPercival Lowell
PLPacific League (Japanese baseball)
PLProduction License (various locations)
PLPredatory Lending
PLPrensa Libre (Spanish: Free Thought; newspaper)
PLPredicate Logic
PLPersonal Leave
PLPrincess Leia (Star Wars character)
PLPattern Language
PLPhase Line
PLPunch Line
PLLight Perception
PLPatrol Leader (Boy Scouts of America)
PLPatrol Leader
PLPresentation Layer
PLProgram Library
PLPlayers League (defunct baseball league)
PLPois Lukien (Finnish: Not Including)
PLPheasant Launcher (hunting tool)
PLPhillips Laboratory
PLPathological Laughter
PLPlatoon Leader
PLAeroperu (Peruvian Airline, IATA airline code)
PLPulse Length
PLPulse Laser
PLPlastic Laminate (construction)
PLProof-Like (coin's finish)
PLProof Like
PLPunch List (NASA)
PLPartit Laburista (Maltese: Labor Party; political group)
PLPacket Link (AT&T)
PLProgram Lock
PLPhantom Lancer (Defense of the Ancients)
PLPioneer League (baseball)
PLPropagation Loss
PLPorter's Lodge
PLProspecting License
PLPulse Limiting
PLPokémon League
PLPico Liter
PLPolitical Linguistics (Conference)
PLPrecautionary Landing
PLProtective Location
PLParity Low
PLPumper Ladder (firefighting vehicle)
PLPinkliner (eBay staff-poster)
PLPlatine Laser (French: compact disc)
PLPreferential Looking Technique (Perception in Infants)
PLPower Linearity (Agilent)
PLPotato-Leaved (tomato plants)
PLProduct Loadout
PLPatent Law Division
PLPreservative Lubricant
PLPhilosophically Libertarian
PLPajarito Laboratory
PLPolar Lepromatous (leprosy)
PLPrice/Provisioning List
PLParish Line Railroad
PLProgrammation Linéraire (French: Linear Programming)
PLPosti Lokero (Finland)
PLPionculo List
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Qualified nominees for the Private Label Hall of Fame are career private label professionals who have contributed to the growth of store brands in the consumer marketplace in one or more of the following ways:
Many retailers are working to improve that number and bolster the quality perception by introducing new private label products, revamping existing private label offerings, and even creating different private label and store-brand product lines.
Penetration continues to be a key influence on private label share.
In its nine years of business, Sunflower's private label has expanded to more than 900 products; approximately 600-650 are in the grocery area.
A higher retail concentration and a strong hard discounter presence contribute to the higher share in Europe, but sophisticated subbranding strategies, including multitiered private label offerings and niche lines targeting specific consumer segments, have also been instrumental in building strong private label brands.
In the SA market, 78 percent of the product categories studied by Nielsen included private labels.
The climate is favorable for sales of private label products because the Philippines is a very price-sensitive consumer market.
The grocery channel owns the largest share of total private label consumer packaged goods sales.
Leading the way in the external store brand sanitary market - according to the Private Label survey - are maxi pads, with 43% of private label sales.
However, I do believe that if the brand itself is managed properly, there's no reason for a private label to exist.
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