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branded goods (ˈbrændɪd ɡʊdz) 


plural noun

  1. (British) goods that are identifiable as being the product of a particular manufacturer or marketing company   ⇒ Supermarket lines are often cheaper than branded goods.

Example Sentences Including 'branded goods'

But for most branded goods design costs are like ``recipe costs' in restaurants -- a tiny fraction of total costs.
Courier, Sunday Mail (2004)
Countries today are branded goods to be merchandised around the world.
Mail and Guardian (2004)
Licensed factories may also produce more of the branded goods than their licence stipulates and sell the rest on.
Independent (1998)
The new heroes of western materialism are the strong branded goods.
Redwood, John The Global Marketplace
The organised market of branded goods alone is worth Rs 558 crore.
India Today
Through some bizarre logic, this invention led to designing a range of branded goods , mostly confectionery, for football clubs to sell.
Independent (1999)


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