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8 reviews | 3.4 out of 5
Great milk, it tastes wonderful. A little on the expensive side, but well worth it in my opinion. Will definitely be buying this from now on!
I am trying to buy more organic foods and I am glad Wal-Mart has started selling more items. The milk is a little expensive compared to conventional milk, but the taste is all the same to us. We even poured a glass of conventional and a glass of GV organic to do a side by side comparison and we couldn't tell which was which. Would highly recommend to anyone wanting to incorporate more organic foods into their diets.
I don't know if the packaging could possibly be giving it a bad taste or the milk has possibly been over heated in pasteurization. I always buy organic milk and never tasted one this aweful tasting
My kids drink most of the milk. I read that if you are going to do anything organic do the dairy and I was so glad when Walmart started on the organic path! This milk is a great price and my kids love it!
Compared to some organic foods, GV is not too expensive. On the plus side, it tastes quite good. I will definetaly buy some more milk.
In my area, a gallon of this organic milk costs about $5.99. My family and I think it taste great and have had no issues at all with it. This seems to be the going rate here for other organic milk products, but they have one thing that Wal-Mart’s organic milk doesn't- information. The only glaring issue with the milk is its ambiguous production. I thought the responses in the Q&A section regarding that question were good, but created more questions than they answered. It stated that due to confidentiality reasons, they could not name the production sites for consumer confirmation, where as the previous response indicated that the issue was they were using multiple sites and to make a series of phone calls (not my job). If the first was true, I would ask Wal-Mart why they don’t require release of information as a condition of doing business with them....they are Wal-Mart, they can easily make that happen. If the latter were true, then simply list ALL the facilities, and we could check the ones we chose to look in to. Having said this, if other name brand organic providers of milk are willing to bare all, why would we continue to this mlk, with no information except for the USDA cert. at the same cost? Probably the reason we Americans seem to do most everything we do- convenience. Lastly, and to their credit, I will add that Wal-Mart has made huge efforts to move in this direction. A clear shift in consumer demand has been presented to large companies, demanding healthier, natural products. Keep voting with your purchases! This one overall is a good buy.
I switched to drinking organic milk a few years ago because it tastes so much better and also seems to have a much better shelf life than the non organic milk. I figure why not pay a little extra to buy a gallon of better tasting (and better for you) milk. When you compare the price difference to what you throw away for your average drink at a restaurant...it's a no brainer to me. I decided to give the Great Value organic milk a try tonight. The carton I bought is over a month before it's sell by date, so it should be fine. The milk just tastes funny, really not at all like the many other organic I have been buying at my local big chain supermarkets. If you're buying Great Value milk I would at least getting the organic milk. If your family drinks a lot of milk then try buying this and also buy an organic from your local grocery store...don't just take my word for it, its not a huge investment to do your own taste test at home.
I bought 2 gallons of Great Value Organic milk and both of them smell and taste like they are bad. My kids have been drinking it without saying anything about it, so I guess it is not actually sour, but when my husband got a glass of it, he almost threw up from the smell and off taste of it! VERY DISAPPOINTED, I spend $6.49 on each gallon.