Store brands become more attractive as food prices rise

As food prices increase, more consumers are overcoming resistance to store brands, often finding that they can save money without compromising taste or quality. Minnesota shopper Kimberly Onnen vowed she would never buy store-brand ketchup but changed her mind after trying the Great Value brand at Wal-Mart Stores.

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