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This comparison might have to come down to taste preference. The packaging of the name brand is different since it's plastic, which testers preferred. The texture of the name brand is more of a jelly while the store brand is much thicker almost like that of a jello. When it came to taste, testers were split. One said they tasted the same while the other noticed that the store brand tasted like artificial flavoring but the name brand tasted more natural. Testers were half and half on wether they would switch, so this one will depend on your taste preference!
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