Why you should avoid ‘white-label’ products
You might be familiar with the term ‘white label’ or ‘white goods’ or the phrase ‘the best price available’.
But what does that actually mean?
We asked some experts for their insights on what exactly white labels actually mean.
White label products are a term used to describe goods that are made to the standards of white-label products but without the benefit of a ‘white’ label.
These are the goods that most people associate with white goods, such as the brands they buy from, the packaging and the labels.
There are many different ways of describing white goods.
Some are designed to be cheaper, others are designed with the same design and other are intended to be used in different ways.
There is no single ‘best’ white-labelled product, but it can be very hard to tell the difference between products made by different companies.
For instance, if you were shopping at a grocery store, what would be the best choice?
It depends on the product, the brand and the packaging.
But for the purpose of this article, we are focusing on products made to white-list standards.
Here’s what you need to know.