Name brand vs. Store brand
During these economic times people turn to lower priced products in order to make their money go further. The difference between name brand cereal and store brand version may look the same but cost different prices. The Store brand versus Name brand cereals; which one should I get? If I am looking to save money should I really think about giving up taste? One named brand cereal is Fruity Pebbles and its store brand counterpart is Fruity Dyno-bites. These two cereals are similar to Rice Krispies except they’re flat and have the sweet taste of fruit. Another name brand cereal would be Cinnamon toast crunch and its store brand counterpart Cinnamon Toasters. These two cereals are very tasty, sprinkled lightly with sugar and cinnamon. . A third name brand cereal is Kellogg's Frosted Flakes and its store brand counterpart Frosted Flakes. These two are sprinkled lightly with sugar.
Fruity Pebbles is made by Post cereal. Fruity Pebbles cereal was introduced in 1971, with its fruity taste. The Cereal is packed in a plastic bag, stuffed in a card board box. The front of the box is colored red with the words Fruity Pebbles in big colorful letters; below that it says: Excellent source of vitamin D. Also on the front is a picture of the cereal with Fred Flintstone holding it up for you to see. The back of the box has little mazes and puzzles with some of the Flintstone characters. Also on the back Barney Rebel is holding the cereal trying to run away from Fred Flintstone. The counterpart of Fruity Pebbles, Fruity Dyno-bites is a store brand from Food for Less. Unlike Fruity pebbles, Fruity Dyno-bites is packaged in a big resalable red bag. On the front of the bag it says Fruity Dyno-bites in big white letters with a blue outline. Instead of a picture of the cereal; there is a circular area under the words Fruity Dyno-bites that is see through… so you can see the cereal. It also says below the circle that they guarantee great taste! Fruity...
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