Cadbury and Arnott’s top list of 20 brands that Aussies don’t want to see disappear from supermarket shelves

Source: AAP/Dan Peled

Chocolate maker Cadbury has topped a list of 20 brands Australian consumers say they don’t want to lose from supermarket shelves.

While the appetite among Australians for private label grocery products continuing to grow, a survey of 3000 Australians by Canstar Blue found there are still some brands that shoppers say they can’t live without.

The list of 20 brands features a mix of local and internationally owned brands, with the likes of Bega Cheese and Dick Smith Foods flying the Australian flag alongside global food giants.

The brands Australian consumers can’t live without, according to the Canstar Blue survey are:

  1. Cadbury
  2. Arnott’s
  3. Heinz
  4. Kellogg’s
  5. Kraft
  6. Coca-Cola
  7. Nescafe
  8. Nestle
  9. Lindt
  10. Sanitarium
  11. Golden Circle
  12. Bega Cheese
  13. SPC
  14. Edgell
  15. Uncle Tobys
  16. Streets
  17. Kleenex
  18. Vegemite
  19. Dick Smith Foods
  20. John West

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John Howard
John Howard
4 years ago

I wonder just how many of these brands are Australian produced?

Bluey The Dog
Bluey The Dog
4 years ago
Reply to  John Howard

I think most of them. Ownership is a totally different matter.