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10 Walmart Foods You NEED to BUY!!!

10 Walmart Foods You NEED to BUY!!!


Walmart has some of the best deals in town
when it comes to certain food items. It not only caters to those with a low income, but
also to those wealthier yet thrifty shoppers who love deals and saving money. Either way,
here are 10 Walmart Foods You Need to be Buying. Condiments Walmart is the best place to shop for condiments
for your pantry. One might not think so, especially with all the sales going on weekly in most
major supermarkets. Aside from the known fact that Walmart has the cheaper alternatives
for many items, did you know you can save more money while shopping at Walmart because
of all the extra perks they offer? For example, they have tons of “Rollback” offers daily
on selected items. Most of the time it is even cheaper than your local grocers at any
given time. Why wait for your favorite brand of ketchup to come on sale, before you snatch
up a bottle. Sometimes you’re left waiting for a month until the next sale rolls around
and you’re stuck doing without. Walmart is not only cheaper with its rollback offers,
it is cheaper all year-round. Walmart is also a great place to stock your pantry and refrigerator
with all your favorite top Brands, like Heinz Ketchup, Kikkoman soya sauces, and Stubb’s
BBQ Sauces in a plethora of smoky flavors, and so many other items that are sold alone
or in Value packs, which offers you considerably more savings. If you want to really save bucks,
they have comparable items in their own Great Value Brand. They even carry some favorite
mayonnaise brands such as the smooth and creamy Duke’s and Japanese Kewpie and Sir Kensington
Condiments at prices lower than anyone else, along with many, many more specialty products. Coffee In the past, we have all purchased that large
can of Folgers for under $5 dollars at Walmart, but aside from the regular and generic Maxwell
House, Folgers, and Chock-Full O’ Nuts barrels that once permeated the Walmart shelves, Walmart
has now jumped on the Gourmet coffee bandwagon. It has become one of the cheapest places to
get your favorite brand of java. It sells all the K Cups you can imagine, along with
most of the major brands of coffee you can think of. They even have Café Bustelo from
Cuba, with its El Sabor Latino. The shelves are packed with most major brands of gourmet
coffee like Dunkin Donuts, McCafé, Green Mountain and even Starbucks. The price of
Starbucks coffee is even cheaper than the cost at any Starbucks outlet. Some Walmarts
also have a Starbucks café in house where you can pick up a ready-made latte for a few
cents cheaper. The reason that Walmart is cheaper in comparison to other stores is due
to its massive size. It has large purchasing power; it is able to negotiate cheaper prices
for brand name goods and most importantly food. This means they can pass the lower cost
of items to the consumer. But be careful – not every grocery item it sells is at the greatest
value. Sometimes, you can find a really good deal elsewhere. But most items will cost significantly
less than at the grocery store, and when you add them up, it is a decent amount of money
saved, which you can use for other things. Canned Goods Every seasoned cook knows that a few cans
of food in the pantry can save you lots of time and money. A well-stocked pantry is almost
a necessity for good eating these days. Not only will it save you from spending lots of
money on last-minute take-out; having a few cans of vegetables, fruits and protein in
your pantry can save you from going hungry. Anything from Tuna to soups can provide a quick easy
fix. They are relatively inexpensive all year round and preserve well, for long periods
of time. So why not shop at Walmart for canned goods, because you will save a few pennies
here and there especially on some brand-named canned goods that range close to the five-dollar
mark in regular grocery stores. It’s not just all about pinching pennies on your weekly
grocery bill, it’s about saving money in the long run. Walmart has some really good
deals on canned foods weekly, and their Great Value brand is always cheaper than the big-name
brands. They have some pretty good stuff: a must try is the Great Value chili beans,
that taste just as good as Stagg’s chili. There is a long list of canned goods that
you can get at Walmart, from fruits to vegetables to protein. Cereal & Dried Goods Breakfast is the most important meal of the
day, and when you do the math it can also be quite costly for some of us. Especially
when feeding a family who just loves cereal for breakfast and as an after-school snack
or a late-night midnight snack. Have you noticed that most Cereals hover around the $4 dollar
mark? If your family goes through a few boxes of them a week, no matter how many coupons
you cut out or how long you wait for a sale to stock up, you will eventually run out of
them before the week’s end. That means you are at least buying two boxes a week, so at
the end of the month it is close to $ 35 dollars on cereal alone, not including the cartons
of milk to boot. Fret no more, Walmart guarantees that you will find one of your favorite brands
at a few cents less than other retailers. A Family size box of Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes
sells for under $4 dollars at Walmart. They have most major name brands, from General
Mills, Quaker, Kelloggs, and Kashi for those healthier-minded consumers. They also have
good sales on oats in regular format or in bulk. They sell their Great Value Brand whole
milk for under $2 dollars a gallon, a pretty good buy for a good start in the morning.
They also have the same pricing for chocolate milk. And for those who like Almond or Soy
Milk, they have comparable pricing, with a few cents more in savings than any local grocery
store at any given time. Beverages About 48% of Americans drink at least one
glass of soda a day. That is an average of 22 gallons of soda every year. Can you imagine
all the sugar and not to mention the cost? Even though the stats are not favorable to
drinking soda daily, sometimes we all need that sugar fix. If you must, then at least
you can save a little bit of money towards this expense by finding a deal here and there. We
all love our cola with that daily junk food – it’s a must, so we’re not going to stop
cold turkey anytime soon. OK, maybe we can curb the daily intake a little. We have two
ways you can save money on your beverages. One, you can switch out to tap water, but
if you prefer bottled, Walmart has great deals on many brands of Bottled Spring Water, Mineral
water, plus juices, and soda. It even has the fancy name brands of water like Fiji.
Walmart’s Great Value brand is the cheapest way to go and comes under $4 dollars for 40
bottles, that is .10 cents a bottle. It can’t get any cheaper than this, unless you stick
with tap water. And if you must go with the soda, not only can you pick up a 12 pack of
Pepsi or Coke for under $5 dollars, but you can also score some major bargains on any
name-brand soft drinks. It will always be cheaper than the local Seven-Eleven for sure,
or your local supermarket. Chips & Snacks What goes better with soda than those morsels
of deep-fried potato chips? Legend has it that the potato chip was invented in Saratoga
Springs, NY by a chef named George Crumb for Cornelius Vanderbilt. Crumb, who at the time
worked as a chef at the Moon Lake restaurant in Saratoga, was serving Mr. Vanderbilt, who
was unhappy with the way his french fries were cooked and kept sending them back to
the kitchen. He complained that they were too thick, too soggy, and not salted enough.
Frustrated, Crumb tried to appease him; he sliced several potatoes extremely thin, fried
the potato slices to a crisp, and seasoned them with extra salt. Mr. Vanderbilt loved
them and the rest is history. Today, they have become a staple for many people who eat
bags of them in every combination and permutation. These American favorites can put you back
a buck for a small bag, which we all know is not satisfying enough. When eaten in big
quantities, aside from being unhealthy, chips can add a few bucks to your budget weekly.
Plus, who just wants one bag? Sometimes in a week we need variety. If you buy a pack
a day, you are looking at close to $10 dollars a week for snacks. At Walmart, you can get
a variety pack for under $7 dollars, and you do not need to stop there: with the savings,
you can purchase some other favorite snacks for your lunch box. They have a large variety
of most of the popular brands of any snack you can think of like Doritos, nachos, popcorn,
mixed nuts, and crackers, all at reasonable prices that won’t break your budget. Candies & Chocolate Candies and chocolate are another category
where Walmart excels, and who would think! They have become the Willy Wonka Chocolate
Factory in terms of choices. We are all used to buying candy in small packets at the local
convenience store, along with picking up that pint of milk. But do the math and see how
all these little items add up. It can get expensive. Next time you get a craving and
want to satisfy your sweet tooth, look at picking up your favorite gummy bears, jelly
beans, and candies at Walmart in bulk while you are there. Or else make a weekly pit stop
just to stock up on your favs and hide them in the cupboards when you get home. Walmart
has most major brands and almost everyone’s favorite candies, including chocolates. They
even have fine dark chocolate bars. During the Holiday season and on special occasions,
they have specialty gift items at a fraction of the cost than most major retailers do.
If you wait until after the holiday season, you can even get your favorite Xmas mints
for half price off. If you are a prolific eater of jelly beans and gummy candies, try
their bulk Great Value brand. There are big savings to be had. Meats & Frozen Meals Since Walmart started to switch over to Supercenters
in the late 2000s, it has virtually become the go-to place for grocery shopping in the
US & Canada. It may come as a surprise that they have amped up their game in terms of
not only cheap but good quality foods. They sell regular fresh beef and chicken, and you
can find a variety of organic meats and produce. They have a large selection of any type of
food, including fish, lamb, and deli meats in Family packs. They also have a variety
of frozen produce and prepared foods that are comparable to Costco and include most
major name brands at cheaper prices than the local supermarket. Fresh or frozen, prepared
or not, you will find almost anything you are looking for at a good price. Their frozen
section is amazing and contains anything from pizza to party favorites, including dessert.
In the past, people were skeptical of purchasing meats from Walmart because they preferred
high-quality butcher cuts, but today it can be said that Walmart can match many items
that can be purchased elsewhere at almost half the cost. Wine Move over wine stores, did you know that Walmart
sells wine as cheap as under $3 dollars for a bottle for Oak Leaf Cabernet Sauvignon.
Where else will you ever get that? They have added some pretty good brand names to their
repertoire. Even if you do not want to drink the stuff, it makes for very good cooking
wine. So now you don’t need to make that extra trip to the liquor store, Walmart has
become a one-stop-shop. Other than Oak Leaf, they have brands like Barefoot, Apothic, Cupcake,
and even Robert Mondavi. They have stepped up their game and even sell Prosecco. They
carry brands not only from California but as far as Australia. They even have a party
pack carton of wine for under $15 dollars. The prices for their wines are cheaper than
any other retailer. Variety may differ, but they cater to consumers that may not be able
to afford a $20 dollar bottle of wine weekly but can still have a nice bottle of affordable
wine with their weekly meals. Prepared Takeout Food Aside from Walmart having McDonald’s and
Starbucks outlets inside their stores, they also have a prepared-food pickup counter,
where you can get ready-to-eat chicken for under $10 dollars. They have the likes of
a whole rotisserie chicken, fried chicken pieces, and even baked potato wedges or fries.
Next to the chicken, you can also find coleslaw and potato salad or fresh green salad. They
also have a bakery section where you can pick up fresh rolls and bread as well as a quick
dessert for literally less than the cost of a meal elsewhere. If coleslaw is not your
favorite, all you have to do is cross over to the salad section and grab a salad in a
bag to go. Some prepared bagged salads even come with special gourmet dressing included.
If you don’t feel like cooking, just pick your favorite meal after you are done shopping,
and you have a quick, healthy meal for the whole family for less than $20 dollars. Beats
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  2. Hi, there_ Me just had wanted to STOP by & to say "Happy Holiday's" to you Mrs. Babble Top & your peoples. I see that you're doing fine today, I am also. But! Nice job & thanks, for playing video.

  3. Be very leery of their meets every time we got some it was always rotten we bought meat there five times and each time it was rotten, and beer Larry of those day-old bakery goods sometimes they're moldy cuz they've been there longer than a day! We just go next door and shop at Vons for meat,! And that that little strip mall we have three Starbucks the Starbucks store one in Walmart one Vons but the girl at the one at Walmart says since there's already two other ones they will probably just take that one out,! it's literally right across the street from Walmart and then VONS right next door so go figure!,!!! And like I said we have 2 McDonald's onr restaurant another in Wal-Mart!! 🤦🏻‍♀️🤷🏻‍♀️😂🤣

  4. After Ripping WalMart for their prices on vegetables a week or so ago, What's the first item in this video? Vegetables!!! Hypocrites !!!!

  5. Walmart sure is Cheap 💸
    In where i live at, Walmart used to have Arcades that were so much fun❗ people of all ages really seemed to have fun, like i❗ all you needed to do is to put a coin or a dollor or 5$ to play! 😂
    In 2019, it was no longer there, but just some Bank Machine which looked cool but didn't did much to other people 😕😐😶. Hey atleast my Walmart has a Subway inside, and a 💈barber shop, still▪ Those were the good times. 🤙🤘🙃🤖🔫

  6. People pay for tap water as a part of utilities as a house expense anyway, so if you have tap water that doesn't taste horrible, I don't know why more people don't drink it instead of buying water.  If you're an environmentalist, it makes even less sense to buy bottled water, especially when you can also buy a home faucet water purifier or a pitcher type water purifier.

  7. Butter is one of those items that they overprice. They want almost $4 for a pound (4 sticks) of salted butter. The last time that I bought the 2-box 8-stick packet of salted butter, they wanted $7… you can beat the $3.50 at MANY locations around town, js

  8. Just don't buy beef burger in the tubes, I've had what looked like chicken cartilage that was buckle like, I've found bone, and veins.

  9. Nice Walmart commercial Babbletop. How Do I keep your garbage off my recommend? I have already clicked "Dont recomend channel", So why an I seeing this?

  10. some items are cheaper but , but when stores have buy one get one sales you do better . and walmart dont sale alot of brands you can find at other stores. and walmart is a pain the butt when using coupons. if they dont scan they dont want to take them and sometimes its oh its not in the picture even though its listed. i go there for whats cheap but i hate the store. if publix was more affordable id buy everything there.

  11. oh and dont forget walmart undercuts all other stores. by forcing vendors to give them a bigger discount than they do every one else. also look at all the stores that have gone out of business over the years thanks to them.

  12. Here in Canada we have the Real Canadian Superstore as well which is Walmart competitor, where those 2 stores are always competing for better deals. I would have shop at Walmart, but since Superstore or any Loblaw stores offer Pc [president choice] when you shop it can really add if you know what to look for!

  13. Wait a minute… BabbleT are you from Canada? You just called it “soya” sauce and the only place I’ve heard that was a VH oriental sauces commercial on CTV when I was a kid in the late 89s early 90s. (See VH soya sauce commercial 1990)…

  14. I worked at Walmart for 12 aaannnd a half years until this past May, this video is obviously paid for by Walmart, lots of lies and b.s.

  15. I respectfully disagree. I use to shop at Walmart for a while and got what I needed,than I started shopping at places like Winco and Costco and i actually started saving far more than what I would've at Walmart.

  16. I love Wal-Mart, but I swear, we need to start putting ALL foods behind glass doors. Recent trip, I came back with 2 packs of delicious Hail Merry's (it's a raw almond butter reeses.) One was slightly opened, the other looked like a kid had got to it. Shipping doesn't do that. Other times, my ice cream came with no outer wrapping and I couldn't tell if it melted or someone swiped a finger in it. Lastly found a long hair in an otherwise okay yogurt. Swore it off for a while, but now I always check it. All said, Publix isn't immune either. Came home to find my poor cinnamon rolls tampered with! Watch your crotch goblins, people!! Edit: My dad looooves the day old rack. Lest I forget, the pie with mold in it he bought. I think it was apple. Thanks, Wal-Mart!😒

  17. I like Walmart and yea they do have some great prices but my family likes shopping at a store called Dillions. It has tons of good deals as well plus it takes a certain percentage off your over all total which is nice and you get fuel points. You have to get the card but it's free and totally worth it! I wish more Wal- Marts would do that sort of thing. One thing the video left off in Indiana you can buy hard liquor at their Wal-Marts! Just for future knowledge! Great video as usual.

  18. Mission in all other videos: show me at least three Memes, if I don’t get my three Memes… I will rain terror gainst you

  19. Ya! Make sure farmers can’t eat so you can buy cheap shit. Eat growth hormones, then wonder why you’re fat and depressed.

    Keep promoting corporate greed babbletop! Oh wait, that’s literally what you’re aiming for.

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  20. I love Walmart Customers there so freaking awesome 👏🏻 They come into the store on black Thanksgiving and tell us employees they feel awful about us working that day and continue shopping 🛍. Ahhh, you do know the reason why we’re working there is because you are shopping on Black Thursday/Friday. It’s not like we have a choice whether we work that day or else we get fired. Even if your actually sick or injured you have to work that day. I don’t care if Walmart reads this I have a job at the VA hospital pending fuckers! Oh btw we don’t get Time and a half/ we get a measly 25% off products voucher which I can’t afford anything this holiday so thanks for letting me give you less money back into your pockets dumb asses.

  21. Correct me if I am wrong, but is Great Value bread a "loss leader?"Either they lose money on it or break even. I would say certain sizes if GV chips would be the same. While on the GV subject, I have never purchased any GV product that I wasnt satisfied with. Its a great store brand. Some items I like better than name brand.

    Our area has a few of the Neighborhood Markets. They dont have as good a grocery selection as a Supercenter. So I am forced to go across town to a Supercenter.

    I trained at a Supercenter to work in a Neighborhood Market that hadnt opened yet and I can tell you the low prices are at the expense of the employee. We were told in meetings that the "margin" was low and very few would move to full time with benefits. They wouldnt let current Supercenter employees transfer to a Neighborhood Market because their pay was slightly higher.

    When I was younger back in the 1970s and early 80s you could earn a living in an entry level job in a supermarket. Not anymore. Back then getting a job at Kroger was like winning the lottery. Now kroger begs for applicants.

    Im still guilty of shopping at Walmart because prices are lower and I am low income. I do get an occasional steak at Food Lion on sale.

  22. should note on the wine part: it is limited or restricted in some states due to state laws. For example, here in MA the only wine walmart can sell is cooking wine which is usually mostly vinegar, yet barley over the VT or NY border they'll have a fairly large wine selection and sometimes even a few choices for beer.

  23. Jehaus! Chirst! You keep asking me how I liked your videos. For the most part your innacuracities! Are innacurate! Oranges don't grow in winter? ( That don't aglin with my Florida knowledge! ) ++ Other! I saw some others, but I have a limited memory access!

  24. What Wal-Mart is she shopping at? Great Value WHOLE MILK FOR LESS THAN $2/GALLON!!! A gallon of Great Value Whole Milk in PA costs almost $4/gallon.

  25. I've had a lot of issues with buying groceries like "fresh vegetables," raw meat, and some canned goods that were rancid or became that way very quickly. Also had an issue in the past with buying ground beef from them with Boone shards and metal shavings in it. The employees and management didn't seem to care much. Which is why I buy those items more regularly at our local Meijer.

  26. "…and Japanese Kewpie…"
    No. That's not Japanese Kewpie. That's Californian Kewpie. It's made by the same company, but at a facility in California that uses a very different recipe from Japanese Kewpie that replaces most of the egg with oil making it both taste bland and be terrible for some types of cooking.
    If you're the type that puts mayo on the back of a grilled cheese, do NOT use Walmart/HEB stores Kewpie. It breaks down into an oily soggy mess. Get the Kewpie at your nearest Asian market.

  27. I don't know what Walmart or what size milk pricing you went with, but my local Walmart Neighborhood Market and the Super Walmart over the weekend was $3.68 a gallon.

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