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"We are pleased to present our unique J to the consumer, convinced that they will accept the product and soon begin to consider it indispensable for their daily shopping," said Liza Landsman, Jet.com Chair.
Amazon and Walmart see private labels as another kind of cart that dangles in front of the consumer as both want to be the single point of contact for all goods.
For years Amazon has been selling private brand items, although it has redoubled its effort following the takeover of Whole Foods. Happy Bellynacks and Mama Bear babies' items are among the Seattle-based company's own brands. Whole Foods now gives it the 365th bio store brand. Both Walmart and Amazon profit from their large reach in the search for a private brand domination.
Consumables businesses are strongly dependent on both markets for selling and therefore have the incentive to develop behind the scene with them. "Uniquely J is about eliminating the problems faced by customers; the buying choice becomes simple when each item provides a triad of value, brand and quality," says Dan Hooker, who manages private labels and e-commerce for Jet.com and Walmart.
In other Walmart locations, the pressure that the business has been exerting for thousands of years has increased. Merchant is approaching an agreement with Lord & Taylor to give the retail outlet a special room on Walmart's website as part of its effort to turn Walmart.com from a discounted retail site into an on-line emporium, the Wall Street Journal said.
Jet, which took over the men's fashion Bonobos label at the beginning of this year, could finally be selling on Walmart.com, the Wall Street Journal commented. In 2016, Walmart purchased Jet to strengthen its e-commerce activities. "Not only is Jet.com's introduction to the private label market unique, but it also supports our effort to provide city consumers with a choice range of premier quality goods while providing them with a great retail experience," said Landsman.