People often don’t realize that in many cases, the ingredients used to make store-brand products are identical to those that make up the name brands.
Trader Joe’s has a very liberal return policy. You can bring back something just because you don’t like how it tastes, which means it’s easy to try things without the risk of wasting money.
The Harmon brand sells hair care products like shampoos and conditioners that are very similar to salon brand versions but cost much less.
Like most of the other items on the list, store-brand cereals sold at places like Kroger and Publix often have identical ingredient lists, but they’re kinder to a budget.
An eight-pack of Gillette Mach3 blade cartridges will set you back more than $15, but a similar eight-pack, triple-blade style of Walgreens’ own cartridges is just $10.99.
Costco’s paper products are worth every penny, and many argue that they’re better than most of its name-brand competitors.