Who Makes Members Mark Products? (11 Products Listed)


Who Makes Members Mark Products

Do you know who makes Members Mark products? Well, you are at the perfect place to find the answer to such a question.

When it comes to getting quality goods at excellent prices, Sam’s Club is known for their quality, quantity, and bargains. They’re also known for the diversity of items found under their private label, Members Mark.

Members Mark products are made by Walmart and distributed by Sam’s Club. Member’s Mark products form about 20% of Sam’s Club inventory and are generally manufactured by their parent company, Walmart, or sourced from other locations and suppliers for the best quality products.

In this article, we’ll take a look at where Sam’s Club gets its Member’s Mark supplies, in products like coffee, toilet paper, food, and more.

Who Makes Member’s Mark Products?

Member’s Mark products come from a variety of sources. While many of them are produced by the same manufacturers that produce Walmart inventory, this isn’t always the case.

Some items are produced and marketed straight from the source of the raw ingredients, like their coffee.

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1. Member’s Mark Coffee Is Made By Cafe Bom Dia

If you need a jolt to start your morning, you can start your day with Member’s Mark Coffee, sourced straight from Brazil’s leading coffee company, Cafe Bom Dia.

Cafe Bom Dia is known for their excellent coffee and supplies a range of roasts in the Member’s Mark brand for your enjoyment. And all their coffee is Fair Trade Certified.

If you’re looking for organic, they’ve got you covered there as well, with categories such as their Member’s Mark Premium Ground, which is also listed as USDA Organic.

2. Member’s Mark Water Straight From Richmond Virginia

Hydration with Member’s Mark bottled water isn’t just affordable, it’s a way to support US bottled water suppliers in locations like Richmond Virginia.

Member’s Mark bottled water is from Richmond Virginia municipality, purified and refined at their local Niagara Bottling Plant.

While some people may decry this as ‘tap water, it should be remembered that Member’s Mark has never lied about its product origins. Also, the product you get is better filtered than what might be supplied by a Primo filter on your own faucet and comes with a promise of quality.

3. Member’s Mark Dog Food Is Made by Purina

There are several indications, and allegations, that Member’s Mark Dog Food is produced by Purina, a subsidiary of Nestle. Sam’s Club has offered no comment on the matter but does state that all dog food is sourced from manufacturers in the USA.

Coming out of St. Louis, Member’s Mark – if Purina made – offers great quality at a discounted price.

The brand guarantees no artificial additives or flavorings, and a healthy dose of proteins, vitamins, minerals, and fiber for your pet.

4. Member’s Mark Cheese Is Supplied by ConAgra

According to popular theory, Member’s Mark cheese is produced by ConAgra, the leading maker of cheese for private labels, including Walmart‘s Great Value Brand.

Member’s Mark cheese is known to be produced in the United States, and it comes in a wide variety of flavors and serving sizes.

You can get anything from cheese slices to cheese by the pound under this label. Flavors include popular varieties such as Cheddar, Muenster, and Gouda, as well as more exotic types like goat cheese.

With excellent quality and plenty of options, the supplier of Member’s Mark cheese – ConAgra or otherwise – offers a solid bargain for a solid product.

5. Member’s Mark Baby Formula Is Made By Perrigo Nutritionals

Member’s Mark Infant Formula has been compared to Enfamil and Similac, but it’s not actually affiliated with the producers of either of these name brand formulas. Instead, it’s a product of Perrigo Nutritionals.

All four variations are produced by Perrigo, a company known for its store-brand solutions to the needs of children and infants in the United States.

The Member’s Mark formulas produced by Perrigo are FDA Certified and produced in Vermont and Ohio, with naturally sourced ingredients from leading dairy producers in the United States, Canada and New Zealand.

6. Member’s Mark Chicken Straight From Tyson

Member’s Mark chicken is  guaranteed with an FDA certification, USDA grade, and free of antibiotics and hormones. It’s a guarantee you can trust, given the source of the chicken – Tysons.

As one of the largest processors of meat products in the country, Tyson’s is responsible for most of Sam’s supplies, including the Member’s Mark brand.

The source of Tyson’s product comes from independent farmers around the country, over 3,700 spread across different states. With Tyson’s guarantee backing the promises of quality that Sam’s offers, you can enjoy everything from fresh chicken breasts to frozen and pre-spiced fajita chicken meat.

7. Member’s Mark Diapers Are Made By Paragon Trade Brands

Manufactured by the same company as Parent’s Choice and other popular brands, Member’s Mark diapers come in a variety of sizes from Newborns to a size 7 for infants over 40 pounds.

They’re also guaranteed up to 12 hours of leakage protection, so you don’t need to buy a different type for overnight.

In addition to colorful prints, these diapers come with a hypoallergenic guarantee and a handy wetness indicator with three stripes that turn from yellow to blue when the diaper needs changing.

Good for sensitive skin and with an array of little touches to make your baby as comfortable as possible, Member’s Mark diapers are considered easily comparable to well-known brands such as Pampers.

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8. Paper Towels and Toiletries Possibly Supplied By Proctor & Gamble?

There is some discussion about where Member’s Mark paper towels and similar products are produced.

Rumor has it, however, that they share manufacturers with their parent company, Walmart, whose Great Value brand items are supposedly produced by Proctor & Gamble.

Member’s Mark paper towels and other paper goods, such as toilet paper, are known for being strong, soft, and absorbent. They’re often considered a good bargain, comparable to Bounty and Charmin (also produced by Proctor & Gamble)

Member’s Mark paper towels are a credit to their manufacturer, and if Proctor & Gamble is indeed the supplier, then they can take pride in the quality offered in this brand.

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9. Wranglers Partners Sams for Member’s Mark Jeans

Jeans that look good and feel comfortable are a trademark of the Wrangler’s brand, and as of 2012, they’ve been trademark features of Member’s Mark jeans as well.

In 2012, Sam’s Club and Wrangler’s entered a partnership to develop the Member’s Mark brand of jeans. The brand was developed with a number of styles in mind, from relaxed fit to skinny jeans, and from plain denim to various washes.

So if you’re a fan of Wrangler and looking for a bargain on jeans, Member’s Mark may be the answer to your clothing needs.

10. Peanut Butter Is Made by Peter Pan Manufacturers?

ConAgra produces a lot of supplies like flour, but also a range of condiments, including peanut butter. They’re believed to supply most of the Great Value products for Walmart, and consequently, many of the supplies for the Sam’s affiliated brand, Member’s Mark.

Member’s Mark Peanut Butter comes in a variety of forms including smooth, crunchy, and All-Natural No Stir. Made with simple ingredients and no additives, it’s considered a healthy and affordable alternative to many name brands, including Peter Pan Peanut Butter.

There are some rumors that ConAgra sold the Peter Pan Peanut Butter brand to Post Holdings in 2020 – 2021. Business reports also state that ConAgra sold many of its Private Label production lines to TreeHouse Foods in recent years but doesn’t list which private labels were part of the sale.

ConAgra, Post Holdings, or TreeHouse foods? One of these three produces Member’s Mark Peanut Butter, and they make a product to be proud of.

11. Member’s Mark and Great Value Milk Processed at the Same Plant

Sam’s Club operates as a sister company to Walmart, and as part of that relationship, Walmart‘s Dairy Plant produces milk for both chains.

2017 saw the opening of a new milk processing plant in Fort Wayne Indiana, where Walmart started production of several lines of milk products, including white milk, chocolate milk, and almond milk.

These are just a few of the offers you can find under the Sam’s Club private brand. Member’s Mark supplies a number of useful products, from clothing to food to home improvement to grills.

Whatever you’re looking for, you can be sure a Member’s Mark label means it’s American sourced and offers proven quality.

References

https://www.shopfood.com/grocery-stores/members-mark/

https://hoards.com/article-18311-walmart-ventures-into-making-milk.html

Lindsey

Lindsey graduated with an MBA in 2009. Since then, Lindsey has worked in the retail and consumer service industry as a manager, advisor, and marketer. Lindsey is also the head writer and Co-founder of Rvandplaya.com. Lindsey is based in Morgantown, West Virginia.

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