If you live in Texas, there’s a good chance you shop at America’s least favorite grocery store regularly. 

In the age of high inflation, many people have no choice but to shop at grocery stores that offer the most value for their dollar. If you’re on a budget, you have no choice but to stretch your dollar as far as possible. 

Some swear by stores like ALDI and Trader Joe’s, which offer specialized products at a discounted price to help their dollar go further than other grocery chains. Both stores are celebrated for their “cool” brands that you can’t get anywhere else.

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Others are all about membership warehouse clubs like Costco and Sam’s Club – both of which are considered to have superior store brands at a reasonable price. If you’re willing to buy in bulk, you can’t go wrong with a membership. It pays for itself over time. 

But those chains are few and far in between. The fact of the matter is that most folks in rural areas don’t have the option to shop at any of those stores. 

And that’s where Walmart comes in. 

The brainchild of Sam Walton currently has 517 locations here in the Lone Star State. You don’t have to travel far to find a Walmart here. 

Unfortunately, Walmart was named America’s least favorite grocery chain, according to Newsbreak. 

The retail giant has found itself at the bottom of the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) for a whopping nineteen years in a row, despite having shown improvement from last year’s ranking.

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