Winn-Dixie has launched a new value brand, Clear Value, introducing a smarter way for customers to stretch their dollar. Clear Value offers budget-conscious guests a selection of more than 300 products across 50 to 60 categories ranging from milk to canned goods, pet foods, paper products and much more at everyday low prices.
Along with Make-a-Meal, What-a-Deal, Fuel Perks and other money saving programs, Clear Value is another way Winn Dixie helps you save money while shopping.
I was sent a Winn Dixie gift card to check out all the different Clear Value products and I was impressed at just how many different products there were in the store. Plus the prices were VERY reasonable and you don’t need to use your customer rewards card. It was actually really nice to just shop without having to clip coupon for once (GASP did I just say that?)
- (2) Gallons Clear Value Milk @3.79
- Clear Value Fruit Whirls cereal $1
- Clear Value frozen waffles $1.58
- Clear Value sugar $2.44
- Clear Value macaroni & cheese 69¢
- Clear Value diced tomatoes 68¢
- Clear Value apple juice $1.27
- Clear Value fudge mint cookies $1.99
- Clear Value kernel canned corn 68¢
- Clear Value corn muffin mix 50¢
- Clear Value dozen eggs $1.78
Total came to $20.19
**I also bought a few other things I needed and used a $5 off $30 coupon from the Enjoy the City booklet to drop my total to $25.38. As you can see, I chose mostly items that I don’t normally find deals on like milk, eggs, sugar, juice, etc.
As far as the taste goes… I really liked everything I tried. At first I was worried about liking the milk because I can be a tad picky about how my milk tastes but I actually REALLY liked it. And the fudge mint cookies tasted just like girl scout thin mints (at a much lower price). I made Kyle a bowl of the Fruit Whirls and didn’t tell him what the brand was and he ate it down without saying a word so it must taste pretty close to the ‘name brand’ we usually get.