It depends on the size of the jar too, of course. But yeah, Hellman's prices really rose
dramatically beginning several years ago and kept going up from there. I noticed also
a few years ago, the quality had gone way down. Hellman's use to be a very thick mayo.
You could actually take a butter knife, dip it in the jar, and spread it easily on your bread.
Now, it is so thin that if you dip the butter knife, it will slide right off before you can make
it to the bread.
Hellman's actually, as of late, has gone down in price a tad because I suppose they are
losing customers. The prices have been yo-yoing for it.
On walmart dot com for example:
Hellman's 30 oz jar = $4.18
Hellman's 48 oz jar = $5.91
Heinz 30 oz jar = $2.98