We’ve compared Costco’s bulk bargains to the store-brand deals at Trader Joe’s before but this time we’re putting Costco to a much bigger test: Walmart. Walmart is known for its rock-bottom prices, and we just had to see how Costco measured up. So we made a list of the foods and household essentials we tend to buy on a regular basis, choosing store brands (not brand-name items) to find the best prices. And for the best comparison, we chose the biggest, bulk-sized options Walmart offers. Turns out, in most cases Costco still offered a better deal on everything from yogurt to dishwashing detergent.
Of course, there’s Costco’s annual membership fee to consider, although you can usually make it back with an executive membership, which gives an annual 2 percent cash back reward on purchases. Plus there’s the fact that shopping at Costco means buying mass quantities. But if you’re going to get the membership anyway (say, for the discounts on gas, vacations, and car rentals), now you know how much you’re saving. And if yearly fees and giant packages aren’t your thing, at least you now know that Walmart’s prices come pretty darn close to Costco’s.
The sweet, juicy flavor of Fresh Strawberries make them a refreshing and delicious treat. Enjoy them for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert. Use them as topping for pancakes, bake them in a mouthwatering bread, mix them with cucumbers for a light and flavorful salad, or puree them for strawberry shortcake. They contain essential vitamins and nutrients like, vitamin C, fiber, potassium, vitamin B and magnesium making them perfect for a healthy diet. Prior to serving simply gently wash them, remove the leafy caps, and enjoy the fresh taste. Refrigerate the berries to keep them fresh and ready for use. Pick up Fresh Strawberries today and savor the delectable flavor.
Prior to serving, rinse strawberries gently and remove the leafy caps when you have finished washing them. When handled and stored properly at home, strawberries can stay fresh 3-7 days after purchase. Refrigerating strawberries helps them last longer. We keep our berries refrigerated and highly recommend you keep them in the original container and refrigerate them as soon as possible as well. Do not wash them prior to refrigeration. How to Freeze: 1. Gently rinse strawberries with cool water 2. Cut the green caps off the top of each berry 3. Pat lightly with a towel to soak up access water 4. Allow time for the berries to thoroughly dry 5. Evenly lay berries flat side down on a cookie sheet 6. Place cookie sheet into the freezer for approximately 2 hours; or until berries are completely frozen 7. Transfer frozen berries into large plastic zipper bag and seal tightly 8. Write the date on the plastic bag and store in freezer
Features of Walmart Strawberries
- Best when enjoyed at room temperature
- Light, refreshing taste
- Healthy sweet treat
- Certified organic
- Prior to serving gently wash them and remove leafy cap
- Refrigerate your strawberries in the original container to maintain freshness, they should approximately last 3-5 days after purchase
- Keep dry for optimal freshness
|Amount per serving
|% Daily Value*
|Total Fat 0g
|Total Carbohydrate 12g
Prices of Walmart Strawberries
$1,800.00-$1,900.00/ Metric Ton