Walmart is making its first foray into the sugar cookie world with a new product: a sugar cookie, which uses sugar instead of flour.
The store, which has been selling sugaged cookies since it opened in 2006, is also offering a sugar substitute called Sugar Daddy, which it says will last about five weeks on its shelves.
Walmart is not the only major food retailer to be exploring the sweeteners world.
Last year, McDonald’s added sugated and powdered sugar to its menu, and other chains have recently been experimenting with sweeteners.
In the past year, several major grocery chains have opened outlets to cater to the sweetener world, including Whole Foods Market, Sam’s Club, and Trader Joe’s.
What you need to know about sugar:Sugar has been touted as a powerful sweetener, especially by dieters.
Sugar is the most common sugar in the American diet, with about 45 percent of Americans consuming more than one serving a day.
While it is not as common as honey, it is the second most common sweetener after table sugar.
A cup of sugar contains more calories than a cup of white sugar.
In the United States, a cup contains around 8 grams of sugar.
Sugar can be sweetened with artificial sweeteners like Stevia and agave nectar.
But you can also mix in a little baking soda to make your sugar sweet.
For people who are overweight, sugar can also contribute to a build-up of body fat.