If you’re wanting to save money, you’d probably go with the store brand. Great Value brand is Wal-Mart’s store brand, and yes. It’s a pretty great value.
Great Value mustard is really good. It tastes just like national brand mustard, but with more…value.
Great Value Mustard Has One Flaw
I did find one solitary issue that I have with Great Value brand…and that’s their mustard hole. No, that’s not a euphemism. Or if it is…I don’t know that it is.
But I’m totally NOT going to Google that.
The 8oz bottle of Great Value Yellow Mustard is great. I love mustard. Like, I put it on everything. Have you ever had a bacon sandwich with mustard? It’s freaking delicious.
But the hole in the lid of the mustard bottle sucks. It’s just a little bit too big, and it really screws with the ease of rationing out your yellow contents.
Sometimes I don’t want to get too much mustard on there. Ya know? It’s like: here’s a french fry with some mustard on it…OH CRAP. I GOT IT ALL OVER MY SHIRT.
Having a smaller hole in the lid of the mustard jar would make it far easier to regulate how much mustard ends up on your burger. The only downside to having a smaller hole would be if the customer were arthritic and had difficulty adding more pressure to the mustard jar.
Great Value Brand Moneymaker
I get it. You want to sell mustard. And your recipe isn’t quite on the level of Plochman’s mustard. But you don’t have to be all like “HERE, GREEDY, TAKE ALL THE MUSTARD AT ONCE AND THEN PURCHASE MORE!!!”. Lighten up.
Anyway, I got a bit off track.
Great Value mustard is great, but their flow control could be a little bit better.