They can’t keep the stuff on the shelves here in MI.
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Buying in bulk makes good sense...
We had a small section of that stuff here at our wallyworld a year and a half, maybe two years ago. I bought a cart full, but when I went back for more in a few days it was all gone, and hasn’t been back since.
They still have plenty of Little Debbie concentrated sugar snacks though. :-(
I’ll look in our local Walmart, but don’t have a lot of confidence that I’ll find it —
This is the store - in a rural location, surrounded by ranchers, farmers, and a growing community of gardeners - that has never carried canning jars/lids/supplies, and this season has a downsized Garden Department...
It’s just pathetic....
I’ve never seen these at my local Walmart, and I was just there this morning. I did notice Target selling canning supplies last fall.
Been on the shelves in Idaho for several years now.
I think I saw Mountain House at Wally World the last time I was there.
I wish they would wake up and put it in our walmart here in Pahrump Nevada. I keep telling them there are tons of preppers out here.
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If this stuff is sold at walmart, then I will automatically assume that the Augason Farms products were made in china.
limited items are carried at Walmart.com these can be shipped to any Walmart store for free and they are offering free home shipping at the moment.
I need to restock.
Sam’s Club had a 30 food supply for $99 a couple of weeks ago.
I hope it isn’t made in China(like most other stuff at WM).
If made in the US, this is very cool! ‘Prepping’ has gone mainstream! Since WM is selling this stuff, it must be a fact that lots of people are buying such things, and there is money to be made.
Think about what we can expect if the communists, socialists, muslims, useful idiots and dead people are able to re-elect Obama in November.
It will be 2008 all over again -
Another round of empty gun racks and sold out ammunition, another run on long-term storage food, staples, TP and other necessities along with skyrocketing prices on everything.
Yep, they have them here in Wasilla, too, and they are FLYING off the shelves! People around here understand what it’s like to need these kinds of things and not have them because the last of the supply spoiled before it could be used. This is so practical. I have seen shoppers with their carts completely full of these cans. I buy a can or two of something every time I go, myself.
These food packs are selling pretty fast, they had a full display on the end aisle and in less than 24 hours half of it remains, thats the Dinner Pack of 6 #10 cans.
I did not see the Breakfast pack also of 6 #10 cans, I debated which was more important and just bought them both, and I am going to buy much more in the near future.
Walmart is selling the food packs just below the Auguson Farms home page pricing.