The Brief: r/ExplainLikeImFive is a subreddit that breaks down difficult questions in ways that are easy to understand.
Ever asked a complex question only to get an answer that confused you even more? Not on this subreddit. All questions are answered in a layperson-friendly manner simple enough to explain to a five-year-old!
ELI5: How can large chains (Target, Walmart, etc) produce store brand versions of nearly every product imaginable while industry manufacturers only really produce a single type of item? from explainlikeimfive