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Brand aversion is an antonym of brand loyalty. It is a distrust or a dislike of products from a particular brand on the basis of past experiences with that brand and its products, similar to taste aversion.

Brand aversion usually happens after recent bad press, a mass product recall, or other poor product launches.

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