Which new bagel brand has been added to Walmart? It is …

Walmart is the “go-to” brand for groceries for many Americans as it offers competitive rates as well as a large number of items. Now, the giant retailer has added another popular bagel to its existing grocery items which include Thomas bagels. The new bagel that will be available in many of Walmart stores is the Einstein Bros. brand of bagels.

Recently, Walmart made an announcement that it had added the popular brand—Einstein Bros. Take & Toast bagels to stores in 3,500 locations across the nation. The existing bread and bakery section in Walmart stores is huge with a variety of bread, pies, bagels and other delicious baked goods.

According to TABS Analytics, a research firm, the percentage of consumers who said that they were buying groceries from Walmart was 75 percent in 2021. The firm also noted that the percentage was lower at 71 percent in 2020 and 57 percent, three years ago, according to a report in Grocery Dive.

By adding new and desired products as well as offering various pickup options the big box retailer is increasing its grocery footprint across the states. It is offering a wide variety of choice as well competitive rates making it surge ahead of all other grocery brands in the U.S.

Ernie Mattin, who is the head of consumer packaged goods at Einstein Bros. Bagels told Mashed that they were offering their “iconic fresh bagels inside Walmart stores” that were located across the U.S. Mattin added that customers could experience “craveable, fresh-from-the oven bagels from the comfort of their homes.”

Five Einstein Bros. bagels in a pack in four popular flavors are set to hit the Walmart stores. These bagels are free of artificial colors or flavors. They do not contain high fructose corn syrup. These bagels are considered to be the next best option to fresh bagels, if you can’t visit a bakery.


Available flavors include

Cinnamon Raisin



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