Generic brands

Generic brands are special trademarks of trading companies under which various articles are sold with their generic name (e.g. flour, washing powder, etc.). Since the packaging is often white and inconspicuously marked, it is also called white goods, no names or generics. As a rule, these are convenience goods (consumer goods) with a low price level that only offer the customer a basic benefit (price-volume strategy).

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