SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Great Value Tropickles

Great Value Tropickles

You’re not going to find this at every Walmart. It’s being sold at locations in the South. But, thanks to the internet, you can make some at home. (Thanks to Walmart for sending us a jar, shown above.)

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12 thoughts on “SPOTTED ON SHELVES: Great Value Tropickles

    1. I’m also in NE Ohio, but I have no plans to seek these out. Although I doubt if these were made by simply adding fruit punch to a regular jar of pickles, I still say no thanks.

  1. Umm, do people think this will actually taste good?? Tropical punch flavored pickles?? Am I missing something?

    1. Soaking dill pickles in koolaid is a recipe that people make I think for nostalgic reasons. I tried it once and it wasn’t as bad as it sounds.

  2. Must have been created by the same people who released those strawberry and fruit punch string cheese flavors a while ago…

  3. I wonder of there’s a peppermint flavor coming next. A giant dill pickle with a peppermint stick in the middle remind me back to summers in the deep south.

  4. Found and purchased in East Central Ohio. Seems like they are common at many if not most WM Supercenters. Looks to be a part of the most recent aisle reset. They are actually pretty decent. I would buy again. Kudos to them for offering something different.

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