Since the advent of hormone free milk, new national brands of milk have been established. That’s great. And it proves there is a market for national brands. But there are some great milk brands that should have survived. Brands that would be PERFECT for marketing this new wave of milk.MORE HERE

BrandlandUSA reader and freelance writer Lee Gimpel informs us that the Abingdon, Virginia grocery chain Food City has brought back some regional grocery brands including Kern’s Bread, a regional brand from Knoxville, Tennessee. It’s a smart strategy for regional grocery store chains. These chains are in DESPERATE need of wellMORE HERE

While big brands have taken over most grocery shelves, there are some classics that still manage to make it on major grocery store shelves. Take the case of Serv-A-Gravy, a product of the Serv-Agen Corporation of Cherry Hill, N.J. Made right outside of Camden and Philadelphia, it’s proof that theMORE HERE

Way cool brand on the shelves at Albertson’s. It’s a 15 oz. can of ConAgra’s Ranch Style Brand Beans. Apparently, the SKU has been on the shelves of American supermarkets since 1935. Here here for ConAgra, keeping an old friend on the shelves! The product is labeled Con Agra FoodsMORE HERE

Gosh, we didn’t realize how much we miss General Foods, the company founded by Clarence Birdseye, inventor of frozen foods, and C.W. Post, creator of Postum. When General Foods merged with Kraft, the General Foods got lost. That is too bad. Because Kraft is a fine name, but we associateMORE HERE