In an odd twist, the Froot Loops option isn’t available on the brand’s website, nor on Walmart.com. The few people who have seen in the wild have noted that they are featured in a 16-pack box, versus the usual eight-count.
According to KFC, “Once again you can fill your home with the warmth of a fire that spreads the mouth-watering aroma of Colonel Sanders’ secret recipe. Throw one on the fire and grab a bucket of the Colonel’s world-famous fried chicken, then sit back and enjoy. Order one today, and you’ll be wondering how you were ever able to enjoy a fire that didn’t smell like fried chicken.”
If you’ve been in a Walmart lately, you’ve probably noticed things are looking a little different. Brighter, maybe? That’s because the store has made a commitment to giving customers the best fresh produce possible and now, Walmart wants to make sure you’ve noticed.
In a recent press release, Charles Redfield, EVP, Walmart U.S. Food, shared some of the features the store has added to highlight the freshness of their products, “we redesigned the department with more light, better signing and specially angled fixtures to make shopping easier. We expanded our Fresh Guarantee and our department managers’ responsibilities to include all of service deli, bakery, meat and produce.”
Redfield went on to share the specific changes they are rolling out in stores, including an open market feel with new bins; wider aisles to make more room for actual shopping; an organic shop; and new signage throughout.
Redfield ended by adding, “The changes we’re making to our produce department will be great for our customers and associates, and we’re excited to bring them to stores all around the country.”
Do dreams come true? You better believe it. And this season those dreams are coming in the form of Ugly Sweater Holiday Pop-Tarts. That’s right, sugar cookie flavored Pop-Tarts that look like ugly Christmas sweaters. Each Pop-Tart features one half of animal– llama, reindeer, flamingo, sloth or fox– wearing an ugly sweater. Which means you can mix and match for more fun!
The best part of all this great news? You can snag a box for only $3.68 at Walmart.com.
According to my calculations, it’s not yet Thanksgiving or Black Friday, but the holiday deals are already upon us. Currently, Walmart.com has all kinds of price drops going on, so we picked out a few of our favorites.
6 Early Walmart Holiday Deals We’re Excited About:
If you’re thinking about getting a new credit card anytime soon and you make a lot of purchases at Walmart, you might consider the new Capital One® Walmart Rewards™ Mastercard®. The card boasts an annual of $0 and some big-time rewards– especially at Walmart.
Earn unlimited rewards every day, everywhere in and out of Walmart
Earn unlimited 5-percent back online at Walmart, including grocery pickup and delivery
Earn unlimited 2-percent back on restaurants and travel, and 1% back everywhere else Mastercard® is accepted
Introductory offer: 5-percent back in Walmart stores for the first 12 months with Walmart Pay, after approval
Your rewards points don’t expire for the life of your account
Redeem rewards to cover recent purchases, travel, gift cards, statement credits and more
$0 annual fee
No foreign transaction fees
Daniel Eckert, senior vice president, Walmart Services and digital acceleration said the card is all about helping customers save money, “Walmart’s mission has always been to help customers save money so that they can live better, and our new credit card program—which both helps customers earn more when paying for things in and outside of Walmart, and offers many other incredible benefits—is squarely aligned with that mission. As our company has evolved to serve customers shopping in stores, online, and on the Walmart apps, we also recognized the need to fully digitally enable the cardholder experience; that’s why we’ve worked with Capital One to make it possible for cardholders to manage essentially every interaction with the program right from the palm of their hands.”
Have you ever run into someone at your neighborhood grocery store and been asked the question, “hey, how are you?” and instead of answering like a regular person, you say something like, “just saving money and living better?” If so, you may suffer from retailer slogan disorder. It’s something that is completely made up, but totally in our brains at all times.
So, in case you’re wondering what your favorite retail store’s most notable/recent slogan is, you’ve come to the right place.
18 Notable Slogans From Your Favorite Retailers:
Albertson’s: Good thing are just around the corner.
Over the last few years, you’ve likely scrolled past or stopped on dozens of recipe videos while perusing social media. It’s even more likely you’ve thought to yourself– I could make that, but never got around to it, right? Sometimes, the video doesn’t list out the ingredient list or maybe you never saw specific measurements for something. Well, thanks to Walmart and Tasty, those days are over. The world’s largest retailer and the mega-recipe gurus have teamed up to bring you shoppable recipes.
Tasty app users will be directed to the Walmart Grocery app or Walmart.com/Grocery, where users can see what is in their cart, decide what to purchase and then schedule an order for pickup (or delivery in certain cities).
Walmart, the Sam Walton, Arkansas-based company, has evolved from a chain of small-town stores in the 1960s to a multi-national, Fortune 500 retail behemoth. And though Walmart is in the news fairly often, there are probably a few little things you didn’t know about the company, right?
12 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Walmart:
Sam Walton opened his first store, Ben Franklin, in Newport, Arkansas in 1945. Walton opened the first Walmart (actually it was Walmart Discount City) in Rogers, Arkansas in 1962.
The first Walmart outside of Arkansas opened in Missouri in 1968. A store also opened in Oklahoma in the same year.
Walton’s company incorporated in 1969 and changed its name to Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. in 1970.
People greeters made their first appearance at the front of Walmart stores in 1983.
Most Americans, roughly 90-percent, live within 15 minutes of a Walmart store.
Walmart marked its first $1 billion sales week in 1993.
Walmart launched the Neighborhood Market concept in 1998.
In 2007, Walmart replaced its “Always Low Prices, Always” slogan with “Save money. Live better.”
In 2008, the company officially dropped the hyphen from its name and became Walmart.