I wonder why they stopped selling it?
February 13, 2018 11:52am CST
During the holidays and then today, I was shopping at Wal-Mart and was going to buy a 12 pack of Coca Cola and both times, I looked and looked in the soda section and there was no Coca Cola products to be found. There were Pepsi Products and Sam's Cola Products etc, but not Coke. I know in the past, Coca Cola products were available at Wal-Mart. I am wondering if this is only happening in the store located in this town or if it is happening in the whole chain? Since I really want to buy some real thing Coke, I am going to buy some at Ingles Grocery in town tomorrow where I know I can find it.
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• United States
Oh, I read about this! It's a tax thing. I wish I remembered where I read it, but it is happening in a couple states. Argh! It's going to drive me nuts. Something about if you want to get it at Sam's or Walmart you'll have to go outside city limits. I am not explaining this well at all...
• Orangeville, Ontario
My grocery store stopped selling individual small cooking onions. I asked why and they said it was a matter of shelf space. I made them open a bag of onions so I could take a couple because a bag will go bad before I use them all. I am finding grocery shopping to be more and more difficult every time I shop. The reasons are usually discontinued items but some times it's just a matter of shelf space, which is a pain in the butt.
• United States
I drink Walmart's Diet Doctor Thunder. They do have Coke products on sale but they switch between specials on Coke and Pepsi. Whatever product is not on special seems to be not prominently displayed. You might have looked during a Pepsi period. My Doctor Thunder sometimes is not available because I think they are trying to sell something more expensive.