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Cold Pressed Red Juice

July 10, 2014 in What's New

Juice is fluid fruit. It’s veritable veggies. It’s all the goodness of fresh-picked produce, pulverized to a pulp and delivered up in a cup with nothing else added... at least, that’s what juice should be. Trader Joe’s Cold Pressed Red Juice IS just as it should be. Each 15.2-ounce, 110-calorie bottle contains an impressive one-and-a-quarter medium beets, half a cucumber (almost), one-and-a-half stalks of celery, one medium apple, two-and-a-quarter carrots, one-third pound of spinach, and two inches of ginger. We “juice” it all in a slow hydraulic press for maximum liquid extraction...

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Cold Pressed Green Juice

July 08, 2014 in What's New

Each 15.2-ounce, 100-calorie bottle of Trader Joe’s Cold Pressed Green Juice contains an impressive seventeen kale leaves and one whole pound of spinach. Kale is rich in beta-carotene, calcium, and vitamins K and C. Spinach is a good source of iron, folic acid, protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamins A, C, E, K, and B6. To these nourishing greens, we add...

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July 07, 2014 in What's New

Bergen is the name of a picturesque port city on the western coast of Norway. Ost means “cheese” in Norwegian. Put these words together and you’d assume that Bergenost describes a traditional Norwegian cheese, imported from western Scandinavia. Nope. Though it’s made using imported Norwegian cultures, Trader Joe’s Bergenost is actually an American cheese—produced for us in Corfu, New York. And then there’s the green wax rind, apropos of nothing. Nevertheless, one thing is clear: Our supplier is an award-winning artisan cheese maker whose Bergenost earned gold at the 1999 New York State Fair. Since then...

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