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Mostly Mesquite Honey

June 03, 2014 in What's New

We have been selling Mesquite Honey for a long time, and lots of it. Until this year, our supply has come from the Sonoran desert of Northern Mexico. Had it not been for the bandits that stole our last few loads (seriously!) our 2013 supply would have lasted until the 2014 crop. This dramatic turn of events drove us to the arid deserts of Argentina—the third largest exporter of honey in the world (after China and the U.S.). What we found there was another high quality bee product that will keep Trader Joe’s Mostly Mesquite Honey flowing, come bandits or high water...

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Apple Fruit Bars

June 02, 2014 in What's New

If you’re one who believes that healthy snacks should not only contain good ingredients, but also fewer of them—have we got the perfect snack for you…

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Isle of Man Vintage Cheddar

May 29, 2014 in What's New

As nations go, the Isle of Man is tiny (only 13 miles wide by 33 miles long). For such a small country, it’s home to some pretty great things. There’s the famous Tourist Trophy (TT)—a century-old cross-country motorcycle race that is the most treacherous in the world. There’s also Tynwald, the Isle’s legislature widely recognized as the oldest continuous parliamentary body in history. And then... there’s the cheese, of which Trader Joe’s Isle of Man Vintage Cheddar is a chief example. Dairy has been produced on the Isle of Man since Viking times, but it wasn’t until after...

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