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The Next Web
If you're like me and have a hard time finding the right gifts for the people you love, you must have hated it when Svpply closed down two years ago. Companies left in the wake - like Canopy and Very Goods - worked great, if not better, than the original.
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TechCrunch
Following its debut earlier this year, Amazon quietly launched a revamped and expanded version of Pinterest-like feature called "Interesting Finds," which is also now available on mobile.
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Home, health, and beauty products for $3/ea. No brands.

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Business Insider
Brandless is a new ecommerce startup offering a wide assortment of household and food items, each at the magical price of $3. The idea behind Brandless is that it can add value for the consumer by selling quality merchandise without a so-called "brand tax."
TechCrunch
It's probably never been a better time to be a new CPG brand. Thanks to new distribution channels like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube, it's never been easier - or cheaper - for a new brand to build and audience and find customers online.
BuzzFeed
Brandless is a San Francisco-based startup looking to shake things up with its recently launched online grocery store. Everything, from blueberry flax oatmeal to toilet cleaner, is only $3. Everything - EVERYTHING - in the store is just $3, though it's all from the "Brandless" brand.
Delish
Like Willy Wonka's factory existing IRL or zero-calorie ice cream that doesn't taste like styrofoam, a $3-or-less grocery store specializing in organic, GMO-free foods seemed too good to be true. Oh, and most of the products are fair trade, without added sugar, too. That's what Brandless, a new online grocery store, offers.
Fast Company
A few years ago, Ido Leffler, a Bay Area-based entrepreneur and founder, woke up in the middle of the night, suddenly bothered by a system he'd been participating in his whole life: the inflated cost of consumer packaged goods. "It just hit me: Why were we spending $15 or $20 on things that cost maybe $2 or $3 to make?"
Bon Appetit
The future of grocery shopping is online-and incredibly cheap. On the heels of the news that Amazon is buying Whole Foods for $13.7 billion, a new company is selling hundreds of pantry staples for $3 or less on its new site, Brandless.
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Marketplace for unbranded luxury goods

Italic is a marketplace that gives shoppers access to factories making products for luxury brands like Celine, Prada, Cartier, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Christian Louboutin, Givenchy, Coach, Burberry, and Miu Miu.

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Axios
The service has raised $13 million from investors.
The Business of Fashion
By Tamison O'Connor November 15, 2018 14:00 LOS ANGELES, United States - It's no secret that product markups in luxury fashion can be eye-wateringly high. From factory to shop floor, items can be priced at multiples higher than they cost to produce.
Vox
Consider the luxury handbag: made from sumptuous leather, trimmed with sturdy hardware, built to stand the test of time, and finished with the brand's status-imbuing label. Taken together, these details make the case that such a bag is worth a big investment. Would this same luxury handbag still be covetable with the label stripped away?
Glossy Source
Italic's business model opens up some interesting questions about consumers' relationship with luxury and brand names. If you can buy a bag made by the same people who make Prada bags, using the same material Prada bags are made from, in the same place where Prada bags are made, is it not just as good as a Prada bag?
TechCrunch
A new startup called Italic says it's already received more than 100,000 signups for a marketplace where you can buy handbags, eyewear and other luxury products directly from the manufacturers who work with the world's best-known brands. The marketplace is officially launching today. It...
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Crowdsourced data helps you find a clean toilet nearby

Has it ever occurred to you that you are traveling to new countries and you find it almost impossible to find a clean and safe toilet? Well, we’ve got some great news for you. Poop Pal finds you nearby toilets that happen to be clean and safe.

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