They will start to introduce products from the new brand into stores on 15th September. Target isn't planning an all-out assault with the new groceries, instead, they will have a phased approach where they will gradually introduce their new products. In the first phase, customers can expect to see about 650 new products hitting the shelves.
The new Good & Gather brand will eventually hold over 2000 grocery products and these will slowly take over the shelves in your local Target. It is expected that the brand will keep growing steadily until all the products are released, which is anticipated to be finalised late next year. The brand will feature a range of food and drink and will quickly become the most prominent grocery offering within Target stores. The Good & Gather offering will aim to please every customer, with options to suit children, as well as organic ranges and premium products selling alongside seasonal goods.
It is believed that to make way for the Good & Gather range, Target will slow down the production of its other brands. Over time, it will be reducing its offering under the Archer Farms and Simply Balanced ranges until they are completely killed off. The store has also announced that they will be reducing their Market Pantry range too, although they plan to migrate many of these products under the Good & Gather brand. It really seems that Target is looking to solidify its grocery offering and introduce a more cohesive approach to their customers.
Target, it seems have really put in the hard work when it comes to creating their new Good & Gather range. They really want to put themselves firmly on the map when it comes to their food and beverage options and have put in the work to ensure they can bring fresh produce to their customers on a daily basis. They have hired experts to make their move into the food industry as easy as possible and have really worked at strengthening their supply chain. They have also put lots of work into creating food that tastes exceptionally good. Culinary experts have created some amazing meals, that are bound to excite customers and they have all been rigorously taste-tested to ensure they will delight. Target customers, it seems, are in for a treat when these new products hit the shelves.
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