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  • adj. unbranded


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non- +‎ branded


  • "We were interested in knowing whether there was a difference between the formulation of the more expensive branded gasolines and the less expensive, so-called nonbranded gasolines," said Sherlock, 54, of Marlton. - News

  • Raising prices can cause consumers to trade down to cheaper, nonbranded products, particularly at a time of austerity and weak consumer spending.

    Food Awakening to Margin Squeeze

  • Second, studies looking at how consumers react to branded products v. nonbranded — typically qualitative, but some attempts to quantify.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • “Percentage of the profits and a nonbranded supply to the Chernobyl victims.”


  • Other companies that produce commodities, intermediate goods, or nonbranded productsmemory chips, copper, riceare unlikely to be seriously affected by reputational concerns.

    Creative Capitalism

  • "But they have established a footing that we think is more solid than what you typically see in the nonbranded, noncharacter driven movie."

    Disney Nabs Marvel Heroes

  • Not least, seizing patents also puts patients at risk of importing nonbranded, lower-quality drugs.

    Bangkok's Drug War, Round Two

  • The results include the Canadian nonbranded, grain-based foodservice and industrial businesses sold in September 2006.

    Smucker's Net Rises 10%

  • Nonbranded stimuli create impulsive, but nonbranded, behavior patterns.

    Brand Sense

  • Back then it appeared that consumers were prepared to pay more for branded products—even if the nonbranded item was of the same quality, appearance, and taste.

    Brand Sense


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