10 Walmart Food Items That Are Wastes of Money

It costs $4.18 for a 40-ounce container of baking mix.

Great Value Baking Mixes

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You have the option of using organic peanut butter or making it hygienically at home with fresh and healthful components.

Great Value Peanut Butter

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Studies have indicated, and I can personally vouch for this, that you can acquire these things for less at Trader Joe's, Whole Foods, and even Aldi.

Organic Produce

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Whole vegetables might cost up to three times as much as pre-cut stuff.

Pre-Cut Fruits and Vegetables

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"Walmart is a great place to buy regular spices, but specialty or exotic spices can be pricey," Clark added. 

Specialty or Exotic Spices

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Purchasing high-quality chicken or preparing handmade nuggets might be a more delicious and healthful option.

Frozen Chicken Nuggets

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You can make a healthier supper and save money by choosing whole, fresh veggies and making your own dressing.

Pre-Packaged Salad Kits

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You may cut waste and save money by buying a coffee grinder or making the switch to reusable coffee filters.

Single-Serve Coffee Pods

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Choosing freshly cut meats from the deli counter can be a more healthful option because you can manage the caliber and amount of ingredients.

Pre-Packaged Deli Meats

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You definitely get what you paid for in this instance.

Meat and Seafood

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