When do you go for the higher end version of food?

2Most tips talking about saving money in the grocery store suggest buying generic over the name brands. If you have followed this advice without much thinking, you may have endured a lot of unsatisfying products which turned you off the store brands easily. Truth is, there is a method to this strategy. The only time you buy the generic item is when it is comparable in both taste and quality to the name brand. For example, there are generic cereals that taste the same with popular brands. The only different is that they are cheaper. Sugar will taste the same no matter the name, as well as flour and baking powder and baking soda. As an added benefit, buying store brands often come with a money-back guarantee on their products if you are not satisfied. It is worth giving a shot really. Only go for the higher end version of food when the taste is unparalleled or if you have coupons that get you discounts such as this $1.00 off on the purchase of any 1 package of JENNIE-O Turkey Breakfast Sausage.