Great Value Vegetable Drink Review

I’ve drunk    Great Value Vegetable Drink   for a year or so to help assure that I’m getting some of the recommended daily servings of vegetables.  This product simplifies the routine consumption of healthy vegetables, though it does have significant levels of salt that’s found in numerous vegetable juice products. Largely tomato-based, this eight-vegetable juice, which is Walmart’s version of V8 juice, … Continue reading Great Value Vegetable Drink Review



Great Value Sloppy Joe Sandwich Sauce Review

Great Value Sloppy Joe Sandwich Sauce is quite the helpful and convenient sloppy Joe sauce.  I’ve used it on my sloppy Joes for months, and very much enjoy the spicy tomato flavor that shouts, “Great Value!” Here are my thoughts on this wonderful-tasting sandwich sauce that’s an abundant staple in my kitchen, since I make sloppy Joes at least once per week.   Pros, Benefits, Advantages, and Features The … Continue reading Great Value Sloppy Joe Sandwich Sauce Review



Great Value Whole Wheat Penne Pasta Review

I bought a box of Great Value Whole Wheat Penne Pasta this past weekend for review, and I can honestly say that this wheat pasta was a delicious and healthful taste sensation. I truly enjoy most any pasta, more or less refined, but have turned it down in recent decades because of the high content of refined carbs, which emerging … Continue reading Great Value Whole Wheat Penne Pasta Review



Great Value Vanilla Organic Soymilk Review

I purchased this  Great Value Vanilla Organic Soymilk for review last week, and to test as a low-fat substitute for other, sweeter vanilla soy drink products. The carton says that this soy milk packs just 90 calories per 1-cup serving, which is 40 calories less than the chocolate version of this same product that I reviewed earlier.. Vitamins A, … Continue reading Great Value Vanilla Organic Soymilk Review



Great Value Chocolate Organic Soymilk Review

I brought home the Great Value Chocolate Organic Soymilk for review recently, to use as a low-fat substitute for cow’s milk-based chocolate milk products. The carton says that this product contains just 130 calories per 1-cup serving. Vitamins A, B2, B12, D, as well as calcium have been added.  But I’d avoid Great Value organic chocolate … Continue reading Great Value Chocolate Organic Soymilk Review