brandless

brandless

(ˈbrændlɪs)
adj
(Clothing & Fashion) having or displaying no brand
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A third unit remains brandless, but could be that under consideration by The Coventry Building Society which previously said a move to the site could form part of its flagship branch regeneration scheme.
Another new baby line comes from San Francisco-based Brandless.com, the direct-to-consumer, community-led brand, which has also introduced a line of pet care items.
This year's winners include: Booyah Clean, Harahan, LA; Boulder Clean, Boulder, CO; Brandless, Inc., San Francisco, CA; Breathe, Vernon, CA; The Honest Company, Santa Monica, CA; Jelmar, LLC, Skokie, IL; Local Hazardous Waste Management Program, Kings County, Seattle, WA; Pacific Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA; Simple Green, Huntington Beach, CA; Solugen, Inc., Houston, TX; State Industrial Products, Mayfield Heights, OH; and Wegmans Food Markets, Inc., Rochester, NY.
Brandless, a home-goods basics company that just raised $240 million in a Series C round, publishes an extensive blog filled with posts on everything from planning meals to volunteering through Brandless' social-impact efforts.
Staying within budget constraints is important for any brand, but for Brandless, which sells all of its products on its website for $3, there is no wiggle room.
Those who rummage around for the popcorn kernels that don't quite fully explode can now add dill pickle-flavored "partially popped popcorn" to their cart on web retailer Brandless.
However, it's decidedly changing, as evidenced by new entrants such Brandless, Boxed and Uniquely J from Walmart's Jet.com, he says.
* Online grocery retailer Brandless launched July 2017, offering a wide range of generic CPG items--including snacks, beverages, cleaning supplies, beauty products and more--for $3 each.
Brandless creates a limited selection of its own packaged foods and consumer staples and sells them to people online.
Relying on a one-way brandless system of traditional communication in newsletters, forms and static websites is obsolete.
UP to 300,000 British smokers will kick their habit if the new brandless packaging has the same effect it had in Australia.
The paucity of academic research stems from the challenges of conducting public/consumer opinion, and official state policy contends that consumer wants and needs are satisfied by either a series of generic and Cuban-made brands, or by independent entrepreneurs who provide brandless products and services.