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Supermarket Products Quiz

We give you the brand. You tell us the type of product.
  • If there are multiple products with that brand name, give us the most famous
  • This quiz is based on what you'd see in American supermarkets
  • Quiz by Quizmaster - Jun 27, 2018
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Brand
Type of Product
Tombstone
Dannon
Bayer
Chiquita
Pace
Ragu
Hidden Valley
Heinz
Grey Poupon
Lea & Perrins
Kikkoman
Ghirardelli
Eggo
Jimmy Dean
Old Spice
Glade
Crest
Barbasol
Tropicana
Coppertone
Hellman's
Mauna Loa
Planters
Brand
Type of Product
Chips Ahoy!
Ritz
Parkay
Charmin
Bounty
Clorox
Tide
Shout
Reddi-Whip
Breyers
Honey Maid
Snickers
Jet-Puffed
Juicy Fruit
Listerine
Lever 2000
Arm & Hammer
KC Masterpiece
Morton
A1
Ball Park
Chicken of the Sea
Doritos
Brand
Type of Product
Rold Gold
Folgers
Gerber
Orville
Redenbacher's
Lipton
Peter Pan
Brut
Duracell
Downey
Pampers
Kellogg's
Lays
Campbell's
Trojan
Vlasic
Fritos
Maruchan
Charles Shaw
Swiss Miss
Evian
Lender's
Uncle Ben's
Mrs. Butterworth
Answer Stats
Brand
Type of Product
% Correct
Your %
+4
level 22
Jan 24, 2012
Wow 17/69 for an aussie.
+4
level 29
Jan 6, 2015
19/69.. aussie too, i can't believe how different our world is.
+7
level 64
Aug 9, 2018
Also aussie, not quite sure how doritos aren't a corn chip
+1
level 29
Aug 10, 2018
In america we call call triangular corn chips tortilla chips because they're often fried/baked tortilla cut into triangles
+1
level 50
Jan 24, 2012
32/69 not bad as I'm English- didn't think I'd get that many.
+1
level 65
Jan 24, 2012
57, not bad considering most of these products are sold in Canada.
+1
level 76
Jan 24, 2012
Can Macadamias please be accepted for Macadamia nut? And salad dressing instead as well as ranch dressing? I'm happy with my 36/69 being an Aussie but I could have had more :)
+4
level 80
Jan 24, 2012
I must object to your identifying Folgers as "coffee" or Charles Shaw as "wine". It might say coffee and wine on the respective packages, but there is where the resemblance to actual coffee and wine ends.
+4
level 21
Oct 20, 2013
But the best part of waking up is Folgers in your cup! Then dumped down the sink because nobody drinks that swill.
+1
level 73
Aug 9, 2018
Except for us old folks. My hubbie even likes Maxwell House. I have to drink decaf now, so it doesn't really matter which brand I buy. They all taste awful. Never heard of Charles Shaw.
+1
level 44
Aug 12, 2018
What about Sanka?
+1
level 28
Jan 24, 2012
fackwacker.....for the record......i'm american and i call them chocolate bars....just sayin (thankfully it was an accepted answer)
+2
level 28
Jan 24, 2012
oh, and some of these brands make multiple products (i.e. old spice could be deoderant or body wash or aftershave, arm and hammer could be baking soda or deoderant or laundry soap or air freshener and so on) dunno if the others are accepted, but they should be
+2
level 73
Apr 3, 2015
Old Spice was making aftershave lotion and shaving soap in the 1930s. Their first deodorant didn't come out until the '50s. Seems to me the earlier products should be accepted as answers, too.
+1
level 71
Mar 12, 2018
I have to agree. My grand daddy always used Old Spice aftershave I never even thought about their deodorant line - That's more Right Guard/Ban/Secret territory.
+1
level 57
Jan 24, 2012
100% with 3:35 left.
+1
level 49
Jan 24, 2012
I had a lot of problems with a couple of answers. Where I'm from in the UK, toilet paper is also called toilet/loo roll and toilet tissue, and paper towels (which I've always known to be crappy blue paper in school) I call kitchen roll, or kitchen towels. Had to google what else they were called to actually get the answer.. Other than that, pretty good quiz
+2
level 73
Apr 3, 2015
I'm from the US and when I was a girl in the 1960s TP was called toilet tissue here, too, and the words were usually said in in a lower voice on the TV commercials, as apparently it wasn't considered quite proper to speak of such things in public. Madison Avenue pretty much directs the changes in our language regarding commercial products.
+1
level 32
Jan 24, 2012
I tried potpourri and odor remover for 'air freshener' d'oh. i couldn't for the life of me remember what kind of nut mauna loa is. not bad 66/69
+1
level 38
Jan 24, 2012
36/46 and I'm English ... not bad :D
+1
level 35
Jan 24, 2012
Old Spice was an aftershave for about half a century before it was a deodorant.
+1
level 11
Jan 3, 2014
I tried to spell aftershave in some pretty unique ways trying to get that one... one of the 3 I missed!
+1
level 55
Apr 5, 2015
Indeed, Old Spice is one of the 3 I missed as well. It is primarily an after shave lotion, but they also sell it as a body spray, shower gel and cologne.
+1
level ∞
Jun 27, 2018
Aftershave will work now...
+1
level 35
Jan 24, 2012
Tschutzer -- Wow, hating on 2-buck Chuck!?!? Sure, it's not Opus One or Chateau Lafite, but it's really a pretty good value for the price.
+1
level 14
Jan 24, 2012
Accept Pretzal for Pretzel and it was difficult to get "tortilla chip" for doritos. It really isn't because it's more cheesy
+1
level 68
Jan 24, 2012
2 buck chuck = insta headache.
+1
level 28
Jan 24, 2012
Considering less than 50% of people are getting doritos I think the acceptable answers needs to be expanded on a few of these...I only got macadamia nuts because of the hawaiian name and it was right around peanuts....Also, for bayer couldnt pain medication work? I didnt know if it was asprin, acemetiphine (spelling butchered), ib profen, or what.
+1
level 44
Jan 24, 2012
As an American, this quiz was obviously easier for me than folks from other parts of the world. I missed two, because I have never bought marshmallows nor wine. You could have provided me multiple choice options on those two, and I doubt it would have helped. I guessed "cheese snacks" and "cheese twists" for Jet Puffed (obviously wrong). And I couldn't even guess for the wine. No clue.
+1
level 41
Jan 24, 2012
How about accepting Laundry soap for Laundry Detergent.
+3
level 58
Jun 15, 2018
In the UK it is usually called washing powder.
+2
level 73
Aug 9, 2018
When I was young in the '50s and '60s some people here in the US called it washing powder, too. Haven't heard that in years.
+1
level 56
Aug 10, 2018
Yeah please accept washing powder or laundry powder.
+2
level 23
Jan 24, 2012
There's nothing wrong with Charles Shaw wines. They buy overstock from wineries who would normally sell the same bottle for $5-15. Charles Shaw doesn't do any actual production, just the bottling and labeling. Since wine is a luxury commodity, we often equate a low price with low quality, or some calamitous event that causes the price to drop so low, but that just isn't the case. Sorry for the rant, but the 2 buck chuck argument always gets to me.
+1
level 32
May 19, 2012
I'm a certified sommelier and yes, there's plenty wrong with Charles Shaw. PLENTY!
+1
level 36
Feb 13, 2015
OMG, really? If you don't taste the difference, you shouldn't bother to drink wine.
+3
level 60
Apr 3, 2015
So, if I don't buy top quality filet mignon, I shouldn't ever buy steak??
+4
level 75
Feb 13, 2015
Geez, a bit of wine snobbery on here. Fact is, there is a market for the Charles Shaw wines and some people like it. Just because it may not be your cup of tea is no reason to put down others who do like it.

To say "If you don't taste the difference, you shouldn't bother to drink wine" say FAR more about you than it does about the person drinking the wine.
+1
level 45
Aug 9, 2018
I'll take 2 buck chuck over cardboardeaux any day....
+1
level 73
Jan 24, 2012
I was 68/69 with only Charles Shaw to go and just KNEW that it was going to be the least guessed item. Apparently only sold in Ann Arbor, Michigan! ;-) I also agree with accepting salad dressing for Hidden Valley. It IS salad dressing, after all.
+3
level 32
May 19, 2012
No, it's sold everywhere. Better known as Two Buck Chuck.
+1
level 17
Jan 25, 2012
I put in chocolate and candy for Snickers and neither were accepted :/ Good quiz though!
+1
level 66
May 26, 2015
Simply candy should be accepted.
+1
level 57
Jan 25, 2012
I agree that Doritos is a difficult one, but in all fairness "tortilla chip" is what is actually written on the bag.
+1
level 65
Apr 19, 2016
I got Doritos but didn't get Fritos, too many types of chip for my liking
+1
level 66
May 18, 2016
Same - I'm from the UK where Doritos, Fritos, and Lays (or Walkers as they're called here) are just lumped together as "crisps" :P
+1
level ∞
Jan 25, 2012
I added the following acceptable answers: macadamia, salad dressing, toilet tissue, loo/toilet roll, kitchen towel/roll, and laundry soap.
+1
level 31
Jan 26, 2012
could you accept aftershave for old spice as well as deoderant? I must have mispelled macadamia as I tried it at least three times. Still the only one I didn't know was Charles Shaw, pretty good for an expat American who hasn't lived in the US since 1998.
+1
level 1
Jan 27, 2012
could you accept marinara or tomato sauce for Ragu?
+1
level ∞
Jan 27, 2012
Okay.
+1
level 33
Jan 28, 2012
100%...YAY
+1
level 21
Feb 1, 2012
Can you accept baked beans for Heinz? Because I'm pretty sure that's just as famous as ketchup.
+1
level 21
Jun 6, 2016
It's by far more famous in Australia.
+2
level 54
Jul 20, 2016
And in the US no one has ever heard of Heinz beans.
+1
level 44
Jan 23, 2017
Heinz has 57 varieties of products, including beans- not just ketchup- and I'm from the USA. Are you really young?
+1
level 58
Aug 10, 2018
I immediately thought baked beans for Heinz, then put tomato sauce, but apparently not! Never thought to put ketchup! Watties is best anyway... (here in New Zealand).
+1
level 19
Feb 1, 2012
Good idea, bad execution... too many variables in my opinion - and it needs pretty precise answers. Not really that fun because of it :)
+1
level 21
Feb 6, 2012
could not spell Worcestershire sauce. I just copy and pasted that right now. that should be considered cruel and unusual punishment.
+1
level 4
Feb 24, 2012
A1 should accept barbecue sauce too.
+1
level 63
Sep 9, 2015
A1 is NOT barbecue sauce, not even close.
+1
level 32
Mar 6, 2017
but KC Masterpiece is.
+1
level 14
Feb 28, 2012
A1 litterally says Steak Sauce right on the label, it's not barbecue sauce
+1
level 63
Aug 9, 2018
It's how steak is done!
+1
level 12
Mar 3, 2012
Could not figure out how to spell Graham Cracker. And tried so many different products for Jimmy Dean. I usually get the breakfast meals, so I didn't expect it to be just the sausage.
+1
level 19
Apr 4, 2012
Knew Worchestershire sauce but could not get it spelled right....ditto for air freshener and tortilla chip apparently...as typed them in but weren't accepted so must have made a slight error. Old Spice has been aftershave my whole life...didn't even know they made deoderant too. Should have had Secret or Ban or somesuch for deoderant. I should have gotten salsa and pretzel, but never heard of Mauna Loa , Charles Shaw, or KC Masterpiece.
+1
level 52
May 2, 2012
I missed Downey because I kept putting "laundry softener" ...
+1
level 9
May 21, 2012
65/69 (:
+1
level 29
Jun 13, 2012
"Cocoa" should probably be accepted for "hot chocolate."
+1
level 60
Apr 3, 2015
Cocoa and hot chocolate are not the same thing, does Swiss Miss make a cocoa too?
+1
level 56
Oct 19, 2015
Plenty of people call hot chocolate "cocoa".
+1
level 63
Aug 14, 2017
My box says Swiss Miss Instant Cocao Mix. Great with Jet-Puffed Marshmallows!
+1
level 56
Sep 11, 2017
I second this. I wasted time with trying 'cocoa" a few times.
+1
level 14
Oct 8, 2017
No. They are two different things.
+2
level 63
Dec 16, 2017
"Hot Cocoa" or just "cocoa" is definitely used by many people to mean "hot chocolate." See the Merriam-Webster definition (https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/cocoa) or Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hot_chocolate).
+1
level 29
Jun 13, 2012
55/69...Good, I don't buy TOO much stuff.
+2
level 37
Jul 16, 2012
Shouldn't it allow Spagetti Sauce for Ragu?
+1
level 31
Aug 9, 2018
I agree.
+1
level 12
Aug 20, 2012
66...too much useless knowledge.
+2
level 31
Dec 6, 2012
could just be that i'm texan, but doritos aren't tortilla chips in my mind- tortilla chips are for salsa and don't have fake cheesey/powedery stuff all over them...
+1
level 56
Mar 28, 2017
so your saying they arent made from tortillas?
+1
level 39
Sep 11, 2017
I'm from New York and I don't want to count Lenders as bagels either. :-)
+1
level 57
Dec 24, 2012
100% with 3:03 left. What's up with no one knowing what two buck Chuck is? (Charles Shaw wine...)
+1
level 27
Feb 5, 2013
Please accept spelling errors on Worcestershire! Also, accept nacho chips for Doritos.
+3
level 19
Mar 13, 2013
to American i hardly know any of these
+1
level 10
Apr 1, 2013
Doritos are corn chips not tortillas and worcestershire should be accepted without sauce
+1
level 56
Mar 28, 2017
its almost as if they could be made from.....corn tortillas! insanity!
+2
level 41
Apr 7, 2013
can you accept worcestershire for worcestershire sauce? I couldnt figure it out for the life of me. 62/69!!!!!
+1
level 3
Apr 13, 2013
Sadly in Oklahoma wine is not an item that you can buy in the supermarket :( But even with that said I don't think I've ever seen Charles Shaw in the liquor store either.
+1
level 73
Apr 3, 2015
I'd never heard of it, either, so I googled it, and apparently it's only sold in Trader Joe's stores. (Is that correct?) I'm three hours from the nearest one, which explains why I've never seen it. With so many nationally-distributed wines available, I'm not sure why this particular brand was chosen for this quiz.
+1
level 58
Jul 1, 2017
You can't buy wine in a grocery store in Utah, either.
+1
level 62
Aug 9, 2018
And you can't buy wine in a supermarket in Massachusetts or in the towns I lived in in New Jersey.
+1
level 17
May 1, 2013
61/69 for a Brit is pretty damn good. I did go to uni in the States but that was 20 years ago. It's amazing how much useless information my head holds,lol!
+2
level 70
Sep 29, 2016
Okay, that is impressive. I dread to think what I would score if this were for products in English stores.
+1
level 31
May 11, 2013
56/69 for the win, heheh! xD
+1
level 22
May 28, 2013
68/69!!
+1
level 40
Jul 21, 2013
I put baked beans for heinz! It should be accepted.
+1
level 66
May 18, 2016
Same, and soup :\
+1
level 36
Aug 5, 2013
Can you accept corn chip and nacho for doritos?
+1
level 45
Aug 22, 2013
got 68/69. never heard of "Charles Shaw" wine......
+1
level 74
Aug 28, 2013
It's the cheap wine.
+1
level 21
Nov 13, 2013
Evian must not be sold in Washington...
+1
level 34
Dec 9, 2013
Can't just say chips? They make a lot of different flavors...
+1
level 55
Dec 12, 2013
why not instant cocoa? thats how it's advertised. and I agree that Fritos and doritos are both corn chips - although you can make the argument that the corn was made into a tortilla before it was made into a dorito - still way too confusing
+1
level 19
Jan 6, 2014
Charles Shaw should be replaced with a cheap wine everyone has heard of, like Arbor Mist or Boone's Farm
+1
level 34
Jan 7, 2014
Did anyone else find it funny that condom was next to pickle?
+2
level 71
Apr 4, 2014
At least it wasn't next to the Chiquita bananas.
+1
level 58
Jul 15, 2015
I did.
+1
level 55
Feb 20, 2018
Love Ctrl+f; helps me realize I am not alone. Condom on top of pickle, can't be coincidence...
+1
level 36
Jan 27, 2014
64/69. I think I spend too much time in stores.
+1
level 33
Feb 17, 2014
"Shaving crème" should be accepted in addition to "shaving cream;" since some brands title it that.
+1
level 39
Feb 23, 2014
Yogurt doesn't have an h
+2
level 50
Jul 6, 2014
Sometimes it actually does.
+1
level 13
Apr 3, 2015
Its YOGURT
+1
level 73
Aug 12, 2018
The "h" in yogurt has been archaic and obsolete for a long time. Surprised it's the listed answer. "Yogurt" works btw.
+1
level 63
May 6, 2014
Whew, got 'em all, thanks to lenient spelling exceptions for Worcestershire :)
+1
level 29
May 22, 2014
Laundry softener for fabric softener?
+1
level 23
Jun 26, 2014
68/69...didn't know worcestershire sauce
+1
level 7
Jun 29, 2014
ok 16/69 i am so bad at this even though i go to the superarket A LOT
+1
level 7
Jun 29, 2014
40/69
+1
level 19
Sep 10, 2014
I missed a few, I forgot to type in the one for pace (woo go me!!), I tried everything I could think of for glade and I tried air freshener but it wouldn't go for some reason. Yogurt is an acceptable spelling also...just sayin. I had no idea what to type for shout...lol
+1
level 53
Nov 12, 2014
68/69 but lifelong American. Never heard of Charles Shaw. Also for QM: fabric softener Downey doesn't have an 'e'.
+1
level 51
Nov 16, 2014
Never heard of Charles Shaw, but got all the rest.
+1
level 51
Nov 16, 2014
Can you put Hellman's/Best Foods for mayonnaise? It's Hellman's in the eastern US and Best Foods in the west.
+3
level 48
Nov 16, 2014
Charles Shaw's not sold in U.S. supermarkets. is Gallo sold in the UK? If so, that's a great replacement. Also, Downy fabric softener (as has been noted already) remains misspelled. As for Swiss Miss, they brand and advertise themselves as "instant cocoa", so could you please add that, or just "cocoa," as alternatives to "hot chocolate"? Thanks, QM!
+1
level 22
Dec 12, 2014
Dannan makes Yogurt, not Yoghurt.
+1
level 75
Feb 13, 2015
You mean Dannon?
+1
level 45
Jan 27, 2015
18/69 As an European i just kept entering some random supermarket products.
+1
level 57
Apr 3, 2015
14/69 As an Australian I kept encountering brands that are actually better known for something else. Also, Doritos are branded as corn chips, and I have yet to see anything that calls itself a tortilla chip.
+1
level 56
Aug 9, 2018
This +1 The packets in Australia don't have Tortilla anywhere on them and just say "corn chips". Nobody in Australia calls them anything but corn chips. https://www.officenational.com.au/shop/en/obb2cstore/doritos-cornchip-nacho-cheese-175gm
+1
level 8
Feb 27, 2015
Need more time!! Haha
+1
level 59
Apr 3, 2015
Old Spice is more shampoo than deodorant I'd say. And the whole potato chip/tortilla chip/corn chip? if typing "chip" is accepted for, it should be for all.
+2
level 65
Apr 3, 2015
"Dannon" threw me off because it's spelled "Danone" in the original Spanish (yeah, weirdly) and in about every other country in the world. Could you maybe add that in brackets or something?
+1
level 73
Apr 3, 2015
Tropicana makes other juices not just orange.
+1
level 14
Apr 3, 2015
you should allow juice for tropicana, since it also sells juices other orange juice
+1
level 56
Apr 3, 2015
Shout is tough - I tried stain stick, stain treatment, stain pre-treatment, laundry pre-treatment, stain wipe, pretty much everything except stain "remover". Any chance for some leeway on that one?
+1
level 62
Apr 3, 2015
Agreed. It doesn't remove the stain - just pre-treats before washing.
+1
level 44
Apr 3, 2015
I also tried stain fighter along with most of what you listed...
+1
level 26
Apr 3, 2015
Lipton - why not soup mix as well?
+1
level 73
Apr 3, 2015
Y'all realize that Evian backwards spells naive? Just saying...
+1
level 13
Apr 3, 2015
And who spends all there time thinking up those things??
+2
level 51
Apr 8, 2015
All where time?
+1
level 56
Apr 3, 2015
Glad I wasn't the only one who didn't know Charles Shaw. Literally never heard of it in my supermarket.
+1
level 13
Apr 3, 2015
isn't yoghurt spelled YOGURT
+1
level 60
Apr 3, 2015
Yoghurt, yogurt and yoghourt are all valid spellings.
+1
level 53
Apr 3, 2015
Why are these products only american:( I am dutch I only knew chiquita and heinz or smthng
+1
level 50
Apr 3, 2015
28. Not bad considering that I'm from Argentina.
+1
level 13
Apr 3, 2015
and i am from washington state.
+1
level 13
Apr 3, 2015
but only got 29 considering i am 14
+1
level 58
Apr 3, 2015
Only one I missed was Shout - "spot remover" should also work I think.
+1
level 55
Apr 4, 2015
Could you accept wipes for Shout also?
+1
level 55
Apr 5, 2015
Few things; tomato sauce/ketchup for Heinz, and maybe baked beans too (or maybe just canned goods in general?) biscuit for Ritz (people call them crackers?) Bounty is also a type of chocolate bar which IMO is more famous than the paper towel I have no idea what a tortilla chip is, so please accept corn chip for Doritos accept perfume or something for Brut; no idea of the difference between cologne and anything else that's liquid and is applied to smell nice accept softener for fabric softener, for Downey. thanks
+1
level 56
Apr 5, 2015
Where I come from, Bounty is also a candy bar.
+1
level 75
Jan 5, 2018
Yup, and Old Spice is also a cologne, and Arm & Hammer makes deodorant, and Swiss Miss also makes pudding. You've got to try a few things for some of these.
+1
level 52
Apr 8, 2015
everyone I know calls it spaghetti sauce and whipped cream
+1
level 29
Apr 8, 2015
It's Downy, not Downey.
+1
level 62
Apr 8, 2015
Swiss Miss also makes pudding.
+1
level 41
Aug 14, 2015
I could only think of Aftershave for Old Spice.
+1
level 66
Sep 1, 2015
Oleo for margarine? Old Spice was an after shave long before they came up with a deodorant. Shave cream for shaving cream?
+1
level 33
Oct 14, 2015
Last time I checked, clorox was famous for selling disinfectant wipes. I never knew it sold bleach.
+2
level 73
Oct 26, 2015
For the first 60 years or so of their 100+ year existence, bleach was ALL they made. In many places, the brand name Clorox is synonymous with bleach, and the terms are used interchangeably.
+3
level 56
Oct 19, 2015
This is quiz should at least mention in the description that it's American-based. Bounty is a chocolate bar in the UK and Australia. Heinz is also very well known for baked beans and tomato soup. "Tomato sauce" is accepted for pasta sauce, but "tomato sauce" is synonymous with "ketchup" in Australia.
+1
level 73
Oct 26, 2015
Never heard of Charles Shaw, but from the comments, I'm guessing that's a good thing! Wouldn't have even been able to guess wine, since wine isn't sold in supermarkets here...
+1
level 79
Oct 29, 2015
I can never remember that for some people Bounty is paper towel. For me it'll forever be a coconut chocolate candy bar. It's all over Europe as this. http://kerrycooks.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Bounty-chocolateBar-coconut.jpg
+1
level 66
Nov 17, 2015
This is the most American quiz I have done yet. Wow. 29.
+1
level 65
Jan 11, 2016
Weak quiz, since many of the products are only sold locally. The description at least should mention that fact.
+1
level 21
Jun 6, 2016
Very badly executed quiz. Here are a few problems. Ketchup is also called tomato sauce Doritoes are also referred to as chips Laundry powder should be accepted for Tide
+1
level 79
Jul 20, 2016
I didn't get Barbasol, because I kept putting shave cream, shave gel, shave foam. Please allow shave cream
+1
level 55
Aug 2, 2016
I find it weird that "whipped cream" isn't accepted...
+1
level 61
Sep 8, 2016
Only missed two.
+1
level 70
Sep 29, 2016
Mauna Loa. That was nuts.
+1
level 71
Nov 6, 2016
Tried "medicine" and "pain killers" for Bayer. :(
+1
level 44
Jan 23, 2017
Old Spice is aftershave and shave lotion. Heinz has 57 varieties of products- not just ketchup- and I'm from the USA.
+2
level 72
Aug 9, 2018
The same can be said for nearly all of these brands.
+1
level 56
Jan 24, 2017
Tried everything I could think of for Glade (plug in, aroma, scented spray, room spray) but I could not think of air freshener for some reason...
+1
level 51
Apr 26, 2017
Also pretty sure Downy has no E. Got all but Charles Shaw. Never heard of that brand of wine.
+1
level 24
May 28, 2017
is marshmello(w) spelled right??
+2
level 1
Jul 1, 2017
I wish there was one for British supermarkets. I can't even type crisps and biscuits. I don't know what use call these things.
+1
level 66
Nov 13, 2017
The instruction "If there are multiple products with that brand name, give us the most famous" is far too subjective. There's also no E in Downy fabric softener.
+3
level 58
Dec 8, 2017
Not exactly an international quiz.
+2
level 20
Feb 2, 2018
this is hard for a non-american :D
+1
level 73
Apr 4, 2018
not even that easy for an American. Not all of these products are sold everywhere and I'm sure most people have never purchased everything on this diverse list of products.
+1
level 28
Feb 26, 2018
Accept Candy for snickers
+1
level 73
Apr 4, 2018
Doritos doesn't really go here. I eventually got it... but I had to cheat and look at the comments. I tried "chip," which filled in Lays, and "corn chip," which filled in Fritos, and "snack chip," which filled in nothing. All three of those should work for Doritos. If you want a more typical "tortilla chip" maybe go with Tostitos.

Also I tried "bath gel," "shower gel," "shower wash," etc. for Lever 2000 before giving up, because those are the only products with that name on them I've ever owned. I guess technically it's still soap, but it was liquid and came in a bottle.
+1
level 68
Aug 9, 2018
I thought Americans don't whinge. Doritos fits, it could be nothing else as they are flavored tortilla chips (although I agree that Tostitos would be a better representation). Lever is well known as bar soap.
+1
level 73
Aug 9, 2018
Where would you get such an idea? Was it from your inability to comprehend my comment below, your inability to understand the differences in regional dialects, or your inability to read and separate whining from constructive criticism and/or a simple aside on how someone performed on a quiz? Also are you asserting that tortilla chips are not chips? Or that they are not made of corn?
+1
level 57
Aug 9, 2018
Could not for the life of me spell "Whats this here" sauce.
+1
level 31
Aug 9, 2018
Rename your quiz American Supermarket Quiz. Imagine the whingeing if I named an Australian Supermarkets Quiz without the national qualifier.
+1
level 73
Aug 9, 2018
I just imagined it. There wouldn't be any. People only whinge about quizzes that have questions pertaining to the United States. And Americans don't whinge at all. Occasionally they whine. But not about stuff like that.
+2
level 65
Aug 9, 2018
I'm from the US and don't consider quizzes like this one that pertain to others countries a nuisance or whine about them. I consider them a learning experience and something to test my knowledge of other countries.
+1
level 48
Aug 9, 2018
And bears don't sh1t in the woods.
+1
level 73
Aug 9, 2018
I'm sorry that you are wrong, Pharley.
+1
level 49
Aug 9, 2018
I put shaving foam instead of shaving cream... are they not the same thing?
+1
level 22
Aug 9, 2018
Yes they are.
+1
level 43
Aug 9, 2018
I have some more suggestions for things you could accept: Kikkoman - take soy? or teriyaki? shout - stain stick
+1
level 69
Aug 9, 2018
Easy quiz for me... but I work in this industry, so I'd better know them all :)
+1
level 36
Aug 9, 2018
24/69; clearly I've never set foot in the USA.
+3
level 55
Aug 9, 2018
Thinking way too British: baked beans for heinz!
+1
level 73
Aug 9, 2018
They sell baked beans in the USA, too. Same company.
+1
level 49
Aug 9, 2018
Bayer makes a hell of a lot more than just aspirin. that's incredibly misleading.
+2
level 68
Aug 9, 2018
It is the product they are best known by, at least in the US.
+2
level 63
Aug 9, 2018
Yes, but Bayer invented aspirin and holds "aspirin" as a trademark in many countries (they held it in the US, but it was eventually genericized). It is far and away the best known aspirin brand, and distinctly Bayer's most well-known individual product. In fact, while Bayer as a company owns many different brands (Aleve, Alka-Seltzer, Dr. Scholl's, Claritin), I can't think of any product they make OTHER than aspirin that they actually brand as "Bayer."
+3
level 65
Aug 9, 2018
I like how condom immediately preceded pickle. :)
+1
level 72
Aug 9, 2018
+1 for the comment, and your name. Are you, by any chance, short and stout?
+1
level 28
Aug 9, 2018
I can't spell Worcestershire on a quiz to save my life...
+1
level 72
Aug 9, 2018
Tried "fragrance" and "plug-in fragrance" for Glade, but couldn't quite come up with "air freshener". Tried "dryer sheet", "clothes softener" and "clothing softener" for Downey, but couldn't quite come up with "fabric softener".
+1
level 50
Aug 10, 2018
Showing my age: "Parkay" - I type "butter". And then in my mind I hear the little butter tub in that old commercial, cooing "Parkay!" LOL
+1
level 35
Aug 12, 2018
40/69 for an Australian! Woohoo!
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