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12 Canned Foods You Should Never Buy From Walmart

Del Monte Fruit Cocktail

Del Monte calls this can of mixed fruits "ideal for a fruit snack, side dish, or fruit salad recipe," and it's branded as having no preservatives. While their Fruit Cocktail in Heavy Syrup isn't the worst of the worst, you’ll definitely find other fruit mix options that taste better and come with fewer stems.

Progresso Light Beef Pot Roast

Coming from a company that specializes in canned soups and also sells broths and bread crumbs, this pot roast soup really misses the mark. Even though it claims to contain half a cup of vegetables, the beefy soup is mostly just a broth with tiny chunks of meat and vegetables.

Campbell's Baked Potato with Steak & Cheese

Campbell’s has so many amazing soups to offer that it’s no surprise a few are bound to be less than appetizing. This chunky soup might be liked by some, but it is one of the lowest rated on Walmart’s website, with many complaining about its lack of steak pieces and weird smell.

Dinty Moore Beef Stew

Branded as the perfect accompaniment to noodles, pies, and biscuits, this canned stew is mostly just salt. With 990 mg of salt in one serving, which is 40% of our daily sodium intake, and very little beef, it’s better to make a beef stew at home instead.

Sweet Sue Chicken & Dumplings

Despite being labeled as “America’s Favorite,” this bright blue canned product has low ratings and poor reviews on Walmart’s website, and it often goes untouched in stores. Customers have made varied complaints of a watery broth, minimal seasoning, and horrible dumplings.

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