Private Label Women's Fragrance 2000 Sales Top $36 Mil. In Mass Doors
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Private label women's fragrances gained nearly 2.5 points to a 6.5% dollar share of the category in mass merchandise outlets in 2000, according to the Private Label Manufacturers Association's recently-released "2001 Private Label Yearbook."
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