The 25 food brands Americans trust the most

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When consumers find a brand they trust, they tend to stay loyal for life.

BrandSpark International helped us compile a list of the most trusted food and beverage brands of 2016. Results are based on a survey of 38,000 people.

The survey found that 66% of people will stick with their preferred brand name when shopping at the grocery store.

Here is a list of brands that consumers trust the most.

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The 25 food brands Americans trust the most

Baking: Betty Crocker

Headquarters: Golden Valley, Minnesota

Why people trust it: Betty Crocker baking products are staples in most American households.

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Cheese: Kraft

Headquarters: Northfield, Illinois

Why people trust it: Kraft committed to stop putting artificial ingredients in its macaroni and cheese this year.

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Energy drink: Monster

Headquarters: Corona, California

Why people trust it: The company claims its products have strong flavors and that they're easy to drink.

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Instant rice: Minute

Headquarters: Houston, Texas

Why people trust it: All Minute rice products are grown in the US.

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Mayonnaise: Hellmann's

Headquarters: Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey

Why people trust it: Hellmann's Real mayonnaise is made with just three ingredients — vinegar, eggs, and oil.

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Pasta: Barilla

Headquarters: Ames, Iowa/Parma, Italy

Why people trust it: The brand is authentic. The products the company manufactures in the US are made with the same machines as the products made in Italy.

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Bread: Wonder

Headquarters: Thomasville, Georgia

Why people trust it: Wonder Bread has been a classic household name brand since 1921.

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Chocolate: Hershey's

Headquarters: Hershey, Pennsylvania

Why people trust it: Hershey's is the leading manufacturer of chocolate, mint, and gum in North America. The company is transparent about its ingredients. It primarily uses milk, almonds, cocoa beans, and sugar in its products.

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Peanut butter: Jif

Headquarters: Orrville, Ohio

Why people trust it: JIF sells a variety of peanut butters, including reduced fat, low sodium, and more.

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Mexican food: Old El Paso

Headquarters: Golden Valley, Minnesota

Why people trust it: Old El Paso offers a complete line of Mexican meal components that are common in many households.

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Soup: Campbell's

Headquarters: Camden, New Jersey

Why people trust it: According to Campbell, 95.8% of households have a Campbell product in their kitchens. The company believes its popularity is because of its transparency.

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Butter: Land O'Lakes

Headquarters: Arden Hills, Minnesota

Why people trust it: Land O'Lakes claims that its simple ingredients have set the standard for quality butter since the 1920s.

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Gum: Trident

Headquarters: Plano, Texas

Why people trust it: Trident gum is known for its claim to clean and protect teeth.

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Juice: Tropicana

Headquarters: Chicago, Illinois

Why people trust it: Tropicana's orange juice is rich in nutrients, and advertises that its products go from "grove to glass." Most of its juice products have an impressive 100% daily value of Vitamin C.

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Ketchup: Heinz

Headquarters: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Why people trust it: Heinz ketchup has been free from artificial preservatives since 1906.

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Mustard: French's

Headquarters: Parsippany, New Jersey

Why people trust it: French's mustard is America's number one brand for mustard. It's committed to using simple and clean ingredients.

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Seasoning: McCormick

Headquarters: Sparks, Maryland

Why people trust it: McCormick is known for producing many popular and unique spices. The company also offers low sodium and gluten-free options.

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Ice cream: Breyers

Headquarters: Englewood Cliffs, NJ

Why people trust it: Breyers, which is owned by Unilever, is committed to selling products with "All-American dairy" and "naturally sourced flavors and colors."

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Non-dairy milk: Silk

Headquarters: Broomfield, Colorado

Why people trust it: Silk produces multiple dairy-free products including soy milk, cashew milk, dairy-free yogurts, and almond milk.

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Soft drink: Coca-Cola

Headquarters: Atlanta, Georgia

Why people trust it: Coca-Cola includes Diet Coke, Coke Zero, Sprite, and Fanta soft drink products and is transparent with its ingredients.

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