Brand Name Vs Generic...some generics are pretty darn good, but Brand is here to stay. You think?
I think brand names will remain; but, what most people don't know is that the generic brands may be brand names. If Dole, for example, overproduces on pineapples, they may be canned and labelled with the name of a local generic company. This way Dole gets to keep their high profile name (and profit); but, will not lose money on the extra pineapple. It will just be relabelled under a generic name and overages will be used and not discarded.
I buy generic and store brands whenever possible. Some grocery chains have excellent gourmet selections with reasonable prices. Mainstream brands are higher priced because of marketing costs and are often less nutritious and overly processed. Unfortunately, brands are here to stay.
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