I prefer to buy American-made products, but cannot determine where the Great Value brand is made. Welcome to Great Value Brands The name says it all. Our FMGC (fast moving consumable goods) are widely recognised for their premium quality. Great Value is a "house" or store brand owned by Wal-Mart. Some generics are made by a recipe provided to the manufacturer. Great Value is a "house" or store brand owned by Wal-Mart. Back in 2007, that manufacturer, ConAgra Foods, had to recall certain batches of both products—and thus, we learned the truth. Our brands are equivalent or exceed the performance of other high profile main stream brands. I thought it was a law that products had to have where they were made on the package. Great Value brand (Walmart) whipped cream is the same manufacturer as Cool Whip. If you work for company that uses generics or for a company that produces generics, it is sometimes cause for employee dismissal to reveal the source. The companies with the lowest bids get the contract to make the products. It is manufactured by a variety of different companies. Great Value is not manufactured in one place by one company. Wal-Mart takes bids from different companies to make great value products. We produce consumer goods that provide an excellent price for the consumer and great margins for the wholesaler. Great Value Extra Long Asparagus: $2.46 per 15 oz. Here's a little insider secret about Great Value peanut butter: It's actually made by the same manufacturer that sells Peter Pan peanut butter. can 8. can (updated price) Green Giant Extra Long Asparagus: $2.98 per 15 oz. Wal-Mart takes bids from different companies to make great value products. The link between Walmart's Great Value and food giant ConAgra burst into the headlines in February 2007 when salmonella-tainted peanuts made it …