Posted by: Anonymous
Posted on: 5th May 2013
In general I am not a fan of "home brands", I guess it is mostly because you tend to grow up with favourite/traditional brands like Kellog's etc and it becomes ingrained in you to keep doing it.
I think one of the reason home brand items are a turn off is because of the plain packaging - it is almost as though certain contents or in fact the appearance of the product is trying to be hidden.
I think in general I like to visualise what I am going to do (eg if baking, cooking etc) and I have always preferred the tried and tested products that I know will work out how I want them to.