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Milk Chocolate Jumbles

February 25, 2015 in What's New

If a jumble is “an untidy collection or pile of things,” then our Milk Chocolate Jumbles are aptly named. Crispy, creamy, sweet, and salty tastes from three different continents are melded into a tantalizing and toothsome treat. Our Jumbles begin with premium pecans, harvested in the Southwestern United States, and roasted to enhance their inherent nuttiness. (Incidentally, the pecan tree is the only major nut tree indigenous to North America—a truly American nut.) Our patriotic pecans are...

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Organic Pomegranate Seeds

February 23, 2015 in What's New

In today’s world of ultra convenience, virtually no one has the time for fruit with seeds. Recognizing this, horticulturists have developed seedless grapes, seedless watermelon, seedless oranges... Despite the clear sociological preference, we are willing to bet that no one is holding out for the seedless pomegranate. For the pomegranate, seeds are the fruit! Plus, their crunchy, sweet-tart profile is...

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Pretzel Bagels

February 18, 2015 in What's New

Traditionally, pretzels have knots—or at least, a twist. Trader Joe’s Pretzel Bagels do not have knots. Perhaps, that’s the twist. After seeing the popularity of our Soft Pretzel Sticks, we decided it was time to bring the Pretzel Bagel around. Speaking of a round, that’s the shape—a circle with a hole, like your typical bagel. But, unlike the typical bagel, our Pretzel Bagels have a...

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