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9 USA Brands You Love   That May Soon Disappear

Ascena, parent company of Ann Taylor, nears bankruptcy and shutters a third of its stores, hurting Loft and Catherines after selling Maurices and Dressbarn in 2019.

9. Ann Taylor

Crocs' loss in popularity is due to its durability, lack of need for frequent replacement, and potential foot damage, as well as the flood of cheaper copycats.

8. Crocs

The iPod's popularity declined with the rise of the iPhone, with only the iPod Touch still in production.

7. iPod

Victoria's Secret, noted for its alluring lingerie and fashion presentations, closed 250 locations in 2020 due to dwindling profits.

6. Victoria’s Secret

Campbell's soup sales have been declining since 2012, as US consumers become more health-conscious and are less interested in high-sodium canned soups.

5. Campbell’s

Budweiser has fallen to fourth place in domestic beer sales in the US due to the rise of craft beer production and new alcoholic drinks.

4. Budweiser

Kodak's 2012 bankruptcy and the advent of smartphones and digital photography caused its collapse, and its crypto market entry failed.

3. Kodak

Jell-O is struggling to adapt to current food trends and healthier lifestyles, even with new products like Jell-O Play, and their future prospects look uncertain.

2. Jell-O

Chef Boyardee's parent company is trying to update the brand with higher-quality ingredients, but the price increase may affect its sales.

1. Chef Boyardee

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