6 Generic Products That Are Just As Good

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Is Generic Just As Good?

Money-strapped shoppers are choosing generic over big name brands in their supermarket aisles. Consumers generally agree that generic diapers, toilet paper, condiments and cheese simply aren't worth the savings. However, there are a few generic products that make the grade. Here are 6 generics that are just as good as the real thing.

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