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Greek Yogurt Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins

May 06, 2014 in What's New

If someone says, “That’s Greek to me,” it usually means they don’t understand. But, just because the Yogurt in our Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins is “Greek” doesn’t mean you won’t get it. On the contrary—you’ll be a fluent fan after the first bite! Other moist muffins showcase sour cream, but we’ve found Greek Yogurt to be a better substitute. It’s higher in protein & lower in fat and calories. That’s not to say you should choose these muffins for your diet! But, you might pick up this 12oz package of 4 because...

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Cinco Lanzas with Rosemary

May 01, 2014 in What's New

For the layperson, understanding the nuances of cheese making can be an onerous and complex undertaking. At Trader Joe’s, we seek to understand the efforts that go into crafting world-class cheeses—so you don’t have to. Still, that won’t stop us from sharing the beauty and mystery we find in the world of cultured dairy. Take our May Spotlight Cheese, for example. Trader Jose’s Cinco Lanzas with Rosemary has a good deal of beauty and mystery to share. This cheese emerges from...

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Peaberry from Kenya

April 25, 2014 in What's New

It’s no exaggeration to claim that our new Peaberry from Kenya is rare and exceptional among coffees available anywhere. What makes it so extraordinary? Most coffee beans are twins. That is to say that 95% of all “cherries” (the fruit of the coffee plant) contain two seeds, side by side. These seeds or “beans” mature into “flatberries,” which are round on one side and flat on the other. The remaining 5% of coffee cherries worldwide contain only one bean. Without a twin, single beans have more space and grow to resemble the shape of a pea. Peaberries are not only...

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