Generics to buy instead of brand names
Some grocery shoppers swear by generic-brand products, others avoid them in favor of known names. When does it make sense to go generic?
Non of those testers have ever worked in a cannery or food packing plant I used to work for Birdseye, when the quality of the produce went down it was packaged under another label and it went down from there to dump the worst into puree for baby food and soups etc when the beans get tough they aren't good for the top label so are sold for other uses.
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