I do sometimes but branded items doesn't necessary guarantee quality.
How about you?
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Most Helpful Guy
I tend to trust certain brands more but I realize that trust doesn't always reflect quality. I tend to trust Costco's brand but not always. I'm not interested in buying their olive oil because it's in a plastic container. I think it's possible for the oil to dissolve parts of the plastic but I'm not sure. I'd rather buy olive oil in glass to be safer.
Usually brand means little to me. I usually look at the product. Brand can just give me some quick clues that are often true.0
Most Helpful Girl
Generally, I believe brands have a certain quality standard to meet, or they would lose a share of their target market...
Ofc, there are cases where the quality is really crappy, but those same incidents also happen to be the ones that negatively affect the image of the brand, and so i think companies avoid them...
Like that Lululemon example, where everyone noticed when the quality went straight down0