I tried Brandless years ago and was really into the concept in theory, but didn't find myself obsessed with any of their products enough to repurchase. It's a great concept, but hard to build loyalty around their "brandless" products.
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I enjoyed them when they first started. My orders consisted of chips and cookies, which were very tasty and affordable. The company now, is different and doesn’t offer any food items.
When Brandless first started, they were amazing! The quality of the food and the products were the best. When they were bought out and expanded quickly, they lost much of their quality and the products were not worth it. I'm glad to see them expand but I wish they would have kept some of their staples and some of the old pricing.
i was a supporter when they started ~ while they no longer sell foods, they basics they carry are pretty solid. akin to your quintessential grocery-brand dupe, though marketed more intently.
I purchased several home good items and I love and still use cheese the grater. The other items I felt are no different from at my regular grocery store.
this is like dollar-store product at a dollar store price
Tried Brandless during the early days. Liked the mission and the idea in theory, but I didn't find any products that I liked/felt were a good deal.
Ordered a few times a couple years back when they were all the same price, but didn't really feel like it was worth it. I did like their shaving gel though!
brand is discontinued
I was a fan of Brandless in college before it temporarily closed down and relaunched, so I can't speak for its more recent products. I loved the convenience of being able to order various staples at once, the easy-to-calculate pricing and the great selection of products that were both useful and not-too-boring.
It was hard to tell which products were good value for money just by looking on the website (unless you have a good sense of the size of something by its weight). As a result, some things that looked inexpensive ended up coming in tiny packages that would've been more economical to purchase at the grocery store!