The new product additions include a dairy-free cheese alternative, a rice and almond drink, brown rice, spray oil, a range of spices, and a number of other items.
The group has also improved the performance of its cleaning products, including offering a greater variety of laundry detergent, fabric softener, and dishwasher SKUs.
Boasting some 1,345 private label SKUs in Spain and 1,141 in Portugal, the cooperative has also made significant changes to the design of its packaging in order to make it more attractive, as well as to offer more information to customers.
Covirán's president, José Antonio Benito, said that the Spanish cooperative is committed to offering items with strong quality-price ratios that can compete in terms of innovation, especially in light of the current economic climate.
The majority of the own-brand products the retailer offers are dry food items, and sales of these grew by 10.1% in 2022, it noted.
In addition to the redesign of its packaging, Covirán has also introduced a QR code on its products that contains information about a particular item's composition and, in some cases, recipes. This is part of the cooperative's efforts to improve the image of its brand and revalue its products.
Covirán collaborates closely with manufacturers who are committed to social and environmental responsibility and who have introduced changes related to the improvement of product packaging to facilitate recycling.
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