Out With the Old…

May 09, 2013 No Comments by Disclosure

Great Value, Walmart’s store brand, has a brand new look! Have you seen it in your stores yet? You might have to look harder!

When I was at the store, looking for snacks for my girls’ school lunches, I passed over the Great Value brand a couple of times, because I had no idea that the packaging had changed so much! Check it out!

It’s so pretty, and as my hubby says, it looks a lot less “generic”. I agree! The new Great Value packaging looks very much like the name brand options in most cases, that they can be difficult to spot right away! If you love your Great Value products as much as I do, make sure you look for the new packaging while shopping! No more blank white packages!┬áThe packaging is still rolling out in stores, so you might see some old packaging mixed in with the new.

The most important thing to note is that the price did not change because of the packaging! Great Value products remain low cost with Walmart’s Every Day Low Prices!

I’d love to know what you think! Let me know in the comments below!

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Monica Brady, is the Owner, Author and Chief Mom Blogger of Mommy Brain Reports and her personal blog, MonicaBrady.net. She has been married to her high school sweetheart for over 15 years, and is a work at home mother to her beautiful identical twin girls, Alexandra and Victoria. In 2009, they moved cross country from California to coastal North Carolina, and love their new home. When she's not spending time with her girls, she's either working on her blog writing up reviews on some really cool products, working on giveaway posts, participating in events with her sponsors, or doing her work as a Social Media Consultant. Monica has had the opportunities to participate in some amazing campaigns with some amazing brands, and loves the relationships she's developed with each one of them.
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