Target Brand Taste Test

Target Brand Taste Test


  1. Link’s theory is completely accurate in a large number of industries (at least definitely in the uk). For example over here most of the supermarkets’ bakery sections’ muffins are made by one company called Speedybake. There may be tiny differences in recipes but hardly anything, they’re mainly just packaged differently!

  2. Some Archer Farms things are great, others are terrible. Their pizza is ass, but their premade macaroni and cheese is better than all its competitors. They also make really good sweets there, their best generic goods are all at the bakery. The only way to tell what's good and what's terrible is to just try it all at least once. I think I also liked their chicken but it's been a while.

    As for cans of tuna, you can notice the cheaper brands or non-brand generic cans don't taste as good, but you know why? Salt. That's literally all it is – one adds more salt than the other. Sometimes the price difference is so small that basically the money you save by buying the cheaper one, is just barely more than the money you'd spend on the salt they use, so really you're just better off getting StarKist.

  3. Link should literally go with whatever he DOESNT think is right.. because obviously his methods now are not working 😅

  4. idk any target name brands bc they have all closed / shut down in Canada where I live so I’ve never been to target in years

  5. As someone who works in the supplement industry, I am disgusted at body fortress protein. It’s such low quality 😂

  6. The fact that they didn't use the same colored straws on the protein shake taste test makes me uncomfortable hahah

  7. So link will knowingly eat testicles and the spiciest pepper on Earth, but he worries about tomatoes and olives? Excuse me?

  8. You made me go to the kitchen and get a can of tuna and ate it all from the can with just a fork. Never done before. Was great!

  9. Now it's the 3rd largest retail company. Amazon surpassed Walmart in May of this year making it 1. Amazon 2. Walmart and 3. Target

    You're welcome for my hard hitting fax

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