New Year's Resolution One: Eating Right

We know that saving money is a common choice for a New Years Resolution, but here at Brandefy we believe that saving money should be a way of life, rather than a resolution. Therefore, we can help you get a 2 for 1 with your New Years Resolution. We have recommendations to help you keep your resolution, while saving money in the process. We’re helping you accomplish seven of the most popular resolutions, starting with one that Brandefy HQ’ers struggle with every day: Eating Right. (We’re not paid to review these products)

Keep Your Gut Healthy:

Suja Organic Mixed Berries Kombucha vs. Target Simply Balanced Organic Blueberry Grape Kombucha

Similarity Score: 83%

Testers thought these were similar in both taste and smell, with the smell being stronger than the taste for both. They would switch to save based on the berry fizz taste that comes from both products.


Chobani Greek Yogurt Strawberry on the Bottom vs. Aldi Friendly Farms Greek Yogurt Strawberry On the Bottom

Simiarity Score: 93%

Great dupe! Our panel recommends switching to save. Chobani is slightly smoother, but the generic has a stronger strawberry smell.

Make an Open Faced Sammy- with bread, spread, and some veggies


Nature’s Own 100% Whole Wheat Sandwich Bread vs. Kroger 100% Whole Wheat Bread

Similarity Score:

We found these breads are very similar across taste, smell, and texture. Switch to save!

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Sabra Classic Hummus vs. Trader Joe’s Smooth and Creamy Classic Hummus

Similarity Score: 78%

Reviewers said the Trader Joe's hummus was creamier and more like a spread, while the Sabra was more of a dip. All would switch to save.


Oscar Mayer Slow Roasted Turkey Breast vs. Target Simply Balanced Oven Roasted Turkey Breast

Similarity Score: 86%

Simply Balanced Oven Roasted Turkey Breast smells more natural and is more moist than Oscar Mayer's. While the packaging is quite different, Simply Balanced's is easier to reseal.

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We also recommend adding plenty of fruits and veggies along with these simple swaps. Get leaner, while your wallet gets fatter :)

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