Top 5 Knock Off Brand Food Products
Despite the stereotype that generic or store brand products are inferior, many of them perform well in taste tests. Plus, they can save you money!
However, some knock off brand food is so awful that it’s downright hilarious. Check out this list of the best (and worst) rip-offs to see for yourself!
In some cases, companies will try to cash in on famous brands without blatantly copying them. One example is Adomino Pizza, which looks a lot like Domino’s but only says “inspired by” instead of using the actual name. Another is the Middle Eastern company called Pizza Hat, which actually sells hats shaped like pizzas. While their name and logo are similar to Pizza Hut’s, the food is pretty different. The hats might look cool, but the pizza tastes awful.
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Kellogg’s Fruit Rings
The cereal company’s brands are a staple for many American families. However, recent trends have impacted the company’s sales and profitability.
The company has been investing in its snack business, which includes Pringles, Cheez-It and Rice Krispies Treats. This move is expected to boost Kellogg’s profits, which have been stagnant in the past decade.
Cereal sales have slowed down, but some of the company’s healthier offerings like Raisin Bran Crunch are still performing well. The brand has also partnered with several NASCAR drivers, including Dale Earnhardt on Corn Flakes boxes in 1993.
When it comes to soda (or pop, if you’re from the Midwest), most households have their own brands that they’re loyal to. But there’s one soda that has risen above the cola wars: Dr Pepper.
This unique soft drink was invented in 1885 by Charles Alderton, a pharmacist at a drug store in Waco. He experimented with different flavored syrups until he came up with the perfect mixture. The name “Dr.” was added in honor of Wade Morrison, a local pharmacist who worked with Alderton.
Lay’s Potato Chips
Lay’s isn’t afraid to take big swings with new flavors. They just released three sandwich-inspired potato chips: BLT, Buffalo Chicken and Cuban Sandwich.
The dill pickle taste here is weird, and the cheese has that powdered fake cheddar flavor that’s a little off-putting. But luckily the sour cream softens everything up.
If you’re a fan of potato chips, give these a try. They come in a premium, attractive blue package and have a shelf life of 4 months.
Dairy Queen is a favorite stop for many road trippers across the country. The all-American chain serves classic food items and frozen treats. It also has a few locations in New York City.
The first Dairy Queen opened in 1940 in Joliet, Illinois. The company grew quickly, and in 1951, banana splits were added to the menu. In 1953, the first DQ in Canada opened.
Today, Dairy Queen serves a variety of different desserts. The Blizzard is a popular choice, and it can be customized with a variety of mix-ins. The restaurant also offers Orange Julius drinks, which were originally created by a separate company.
Taking the phrase “imitation is the highest form of flattery” to a whole new level, this phony McDonald’s in China has borrowed the Golden Arches logo, menu items, and more from the original. But what really makes Micheal Alone stand out is its namesake. This rip-off is named after the character from Home Alone, thanks to some pretty clever jumbling of Chinese characters and the name McDonald’s. It’s hard not to chuckle at this one! Click for more.