Last week I was in a hurry, needed groceries, had two kiddos (one heading for a nap) and knew that Target doesn't sell cedar mothballs so I went to the Walmart Super Center. I bought the groceries on my list and made my usual dinners without diverting from the recipes and we all came to the same conclusion, "Yuck!"
Today I opened the container of GV cottage cheese and took a taste. It was DISCUSTING without being rancid. I'd hate to waste it so I'm wondering if I could make some sort of cheesecake or something out of it. Otherwise it is unpalatable for lone consumption. And since when does cottage cheese need a laundry list of ingredients?!
Ok, I admit, I'm spoiled by farm foods and better quality products. But my goodness, even Aldi's cottage cheese is 100 times better than GV! It is true. Once you've had the real deal there's no going back.
The Parent's Choice diapers leak like a sieve. (I usually buy the Target ones.....yeah, I haven't been cloth diapering lately. Getting lazy as the pregnancy advances.)
The Parent's Choice baby wipes don't work in those pop-up containers.
If I'm going to buy cheap produce, I'll go to Aldi's. At least their produce is less expensive than Walmart's by far! And does Walmart really believe they can sell squished, visibly moldy strawberries for $1.50 a pound? And what's the shiny stuff all over the lemons?
And why in the world would I get my 2 year old daughter a faded, worn-looking t-shirt that has a cereal box logo on it!?
My FIL is a Walmart truck driver and he says the Walmart stores down south are LOT better than the Walmart stores where we live. Perhaps so.
I think Walmart has gone way too far with their cheapness. I'd rather pay a little more and get a much better product at other stores.