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  • Bread does make me as well as others fill up faster, but I don't consider that to be a negative attribute
  • I do feel that the jumbo hamburger buns sold under the Great Value brand, a brand exclusively owned by Walmart, are worth the money they cost
  • I see nothing wrong with the Great Value Jumbo Hamburger Buns and would recommend them to any person that likes large, soft and fresh buns that are reasonably priced


    • by CirclingCanvas

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      Although I tend to personally prefer the L’oven Fresh Hamburger Buns for hamburgers, roast beef, chicken patties and so on, there are others in my family that like the Great Value 8 Enriched Jumbo Hamburger Buns because of how big they are. I don’t care for big buns myself since hamburger buns typically don’t have much flavor to them, so the less bread, the better, but I

      have used these buns on occasion when there were no other hamburger buns in the house. For one dollar and thirty cents, eight large hamburger buns come in a package from Walmart.

      The jumbo hamburger buns were quite satisfactory. The buns tasted reasonably fresh and I liked that they didn’t fall apart too easily when I would pick up my sandwich with both hands. They’re thicker than regular hamburger buns, and that thickness contributes a little to the overall heaviness of the meal. Bread does make me as well as others fill up faster, but I don’t consider that to be a negative attribute. Even with a loaded hamburger, the jumbo hamburger bun that I used held it all together reasonably well, so although I typically use smaller and admittedly more messy hamburger buns, the ...


      • Great Value 8 Enriched Jumbo Hamburger Buns
      jumbo hamburger bun didn’t make my meal any less enjoyable.

      I do feel that the jumbo hamburger buns sold under the Great Value brand, a brand exclusively owned by Walmart, are worth the money they cost. They’re cheaper than the name brand jumbo hamburger buns and taste just the same. They’re fresh and soft as long as they aren’t held past their “best if used by” date

      and hold together well. While I do prefer regular hamburger buns over jumbo hamburger buns, that doesn’t mean I feel there’s something wrong with the jumbo hamburger buns, I just happen to prefer less bread over more bread. I see nothing wrong with the Great Value Jumbo Hamburger Buns and would recommend them to any person that likes large, soft and fresh buns that are reasonably priced.




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