The reality is big stores like Home Depot will buy in mass quantity and with LED's still being thought of as more expensive (if you look at cost of ownership, energy use and maintenance, LED's are the least expensive), then it is a good thing that a large store can buy in volume.
PLEASE Make sure that this lighting facts label is on the light bulb box as it is a sign of quality. If there is a black and white label I am not sure about these so I'd recommend the color label. Most likely the attendant may not know about this specific label scenario. The key information to look at is the color temperature (shown on the color scale, where the arrow is located is the color the light will be) and the light output aka lumen output.
There is a longer explanation that I need to write up soon about lumens, but for now the lower the lumens the lower the light output and the higher the lumens the higher the light output.