Walmart Is Now Selling Cotton Candy Grape Juice

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You've heard of cotton candy grapes—now, get ready for cotton candy grape juice.

When we first heard about cotton candy grapes, we thought this Willy Wonka-esque fruit sounded too good to be true. Now cotton candy grapes have been taken to the next level and turned into cotton candy grape juice, and people can’t get enough!

What Is Cotton Candy Grape Juice?

If you’re unfamiliar with cotton candy grapes, rest assured they’re pure fruit and have nothing to do with actual cotton candy. The magical grapes are typically hard to find—sometimes stores like Costco and Trader Joe’s carry them—and are only available during the summer months. That’s why news of cotton candy grape juice at Walmart is such a big deal.

Instagram account @markie_devo found 64-ounce bottles of Cotton Candy Grape Juice Cocktail at Walmart. According to the packaging, this grape juice cocktail contains zero added sugar, which seems hard to believe, but we’ll take it!

You might also want to check out moon drop grapes and grape soda grapes, if you can find them in stores!

Where Can I Buy Cotton Candy Grape Juice?

If this juice tastes half as good as cotton candy grapes—and believe us when we say they really taste like cotton candy—we’ll never buy a different grape juice again. You can find bottles of Cotton Candy Grape Juice Cocktail at Walmart under the Great Value brand for $2.48, which clearly is a great value. Best of all, you can find this in stores and on Walmart’s website. Sounds pretty sweet!

You can serve cotton candy grape juice with an after-school snack, but we could also see it mixed with something fizzy like sparkling water for a fun non-alcoholic drink.

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Krista Garcia
Writer, blogger, content creator. I specialize in food and travel, plus digital commerce and the retail industry. Based in Portland, Oregon after a very long time spent in NYC.