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I Love Walmart Fish Sticks.

The brand above is the poor mans brand = $2.98. Its a few dollars cheaper than most brands sold at Walmart. A few different companies sell their own brand of course. However, I learned that the brand Mrs. Paul's = $4.97 is an equivalent taste. And Kroger also sells their own brand made by Dillons = $3.79 also an equivalent taste.

The Pros: A few dollars less than the competition.

The Bad: Walmart does not deliver.

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  • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
    Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post





    I Love Walmart Fish Sticks.

    The brand above is the poor mans brand = $2.98. Its a few dollars cheaper than most brands sold at Walmart. A few different companies sell their own brand of course. However, I learned that the brand Mrs. Paul's = $4.97 is an equivalent taste. And Kroger also sells their own brand made by Dillons = $3.79 also an equivalent taste.

    The Pros: A few dollars less than the competition.

    The Bad: Walmart does not deliver.

    The Ugly: May not actually be fish.

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    Fixed that for you, Jeffrey.
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  • Profile picture of the author IGotMine
    I Love Walmart Fish Sticks.
    What are you, a gay fish?
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    Possum stick 7 pieces

    Alfa Pet possum stick is a highly nutritious and palatable dog treat. Possum is a wild, free ranging animal, which is rich in omega 3 and 6 unsaturated fatty acids,

    $8.99 NZD or $5.88 USD


    The Pros: Keeps the nieces way back.. Way Back


    Cons: Its only for dogs (yeah right)



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  • Profile picture of the author Kay King
    Several years ago I was walking through a grocery store with a neighbor - not someone I knew well. She said it was 'stupid' for stores to invest 'all the mone'y to package their own food brands instead of just selling national brands.

    When I told her these were 'branded' products mostly made by national manufacturers and simply packaged under the store brand....she was angry. She said it 'wasn't fair'.

    I always wondered if she was the same woman who called a radio station to complain about 'deer crossing' signs ...


    Can't get the video to work for some reason....look up 'deer crossing signs in wrong places' on YouTube - hilarious 3 minutes
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    • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      Several years ago I was walking through a grocery store with a neighbor - not someone I knew well. She said it was 'stupid' for stores to invest 'all the mone'y to package their own food brands instead of just selling national brands.

      When I told her these were 'branded' products mostly made by national manufacturers and simply packaged under the store brand....she was angry. She said it 'wasn't fair'.

      I always wondered if she was the same woman who called a radio station to complain about 'deer crossing' signs ...


      Can't get the video to work for some reason....look up 'deer crossing signs in wrong places' on YouTube - hilarious 3 minutes
      Here you go, my Deer.

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      • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
        Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

        Here you go, my Deer.
        Purchased Mark's content Groupon, did ya?
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    • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
      Originally Posted by Kay King View Post

      Several years ago I was walking through a grocery store with a neighbor - not someone I knew well. She said it was 'stupid' for stores to invest 'all the mone'y to package their own food brands instead of just selling national brands.

      When I told her these were 'branded' products mostly made by national manufacturers and simply packaged under the store brand....she was angry. She said it 'wasn't fair'.

      I always wondered if she was the same woman who called a radio station to complain about 'deer crossing' signs ...


      Can't get the video to work for some reason....look up 'deer crossing signs in wrong places' on YouTube - hilarious 3 minutes
      That's not always the case. I have been trying Krogers own brand on quite a few things.. like their washing up liquid that congeals at the top of the opening so you have to keep poking a hole through it with a fork to get the flow started. Krogers spicy buffalo wings as opposed to Tysons, positively yuk. Their own ketchup, eek, Quite a few things were disappointing. Walmart fayres better.
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  • All I know is, the Yogah Gal Foodstuff Catapult Test figures NO WAY.

    Bend us all ovah with our pants pulled down round our knees ...

    an' then RELEASE THE CATAPULTED FOODSTUFFS TOWARD OUR GENERAL AREA ...

    hey, I gotta tellya we done the experimentin' for the benefit of ALL HOOMANITY an' the results pull no punches.

    Parma ham wins EVRY TIME.

    Jus' goes SCHLAPPO -- an' stays put till you wriggle around.

    Bacon kinda works also.

    But FISH?

    Aw, c'mon, no way that is stickin' anyplace -- less'n it is a real long strip of quality smoked salmon don't roll up into a ball as it is whooshyin' through the air.

    Best deal you got for seafood is sumthin' like oysters or scampi.

    But your aim gotta be real sweet.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
    Yeah, I too have compared the spicy buffalo wings and agree with you.


    Frozen shrimp. Kroger had a recall a while back on their shrimp. Now sure about Walmart's Sea Pak, but I always preferred SeaPak anyway.


    Ice cream wise you can't go wrong with Mayfield. Just don't try to spread it over my wife. I almost pulled back a nub. :=)
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  • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
    Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post


    Possum stick 7 pieces

    Alfa Pet possum stick is a highly nutritious and palatable dog treat. Possum is a wild, free ranging animal, which is rich in omega 3 and 6 unsaturated fatty acids,

    $8.99 NZD or $5.88 USD

    The Pros: Keeps the nieces way back.. Way Back

    Cons: Its only for dogs (yeah right)

    Your welcome

    I am strictly a Bear Drop Big Burgers guy myself!


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