But believe it or not, there are still a few things Walmart doesn't sell. Don't expect to find these on your next shopping trip.
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As mass shootings have become commonplace in American schools, Walmart has changed its stance on gun offerings. In 2019, Walmart announced that it would no longer sell "short-barrel rifle ammunition," along with handgun ammunition. The company still sells shotguns and long barrel deer rifles, though, CNN reported at the time.
Handgun ammunition isn't the only thing Walmart stopped selling in 2019. The retailer also stopped carrying e-cigarettes, citing "the growing federal, state, and local regulatory complexity and uncertainty regarding e-cigarettes."
2019 was a busy year of product cancellations at Walmart! The store stopped selling Zantac, an over-the-counter heartburn relief medication.
Snack subscription boxes
Subscription boxes are trendy—and the Imperfect Foods box has increased in popularity during the pandemic—but Walmart's snack subscription box, Goodies, is long gone.
It's not all men's magazines that are banned from Walmart—just the more suggestive ones. In 2003, Walmart stopped selling Maxim, Stuff, and FHM. The latter two magazines have folded, but don't expect to find Maxim on Walmart shelves.
Walmart isn't selling Odwalla—because no one is selling Odwalla. Coca-Cola discontinued the beverage line this summer.
Hot&Spicy Cheez-It Grooves
If you're a fan of this specific cracker, we have some bad news. It was discontinued in 2019, so you won't find it at your local Walmart.
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