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Yellow Peaches

May 20, 2014 in What's New

When something’s “peachy” it is excellent—especially if you are a teenager in the 1950s. However, the peaches/excellence association easily transcends ages and eras. That’s because eating a good peach is one of the finest taste-experiences any human can enjoy. Seeing that we’re keen on “fine taste-experiences,” Trader Joe’s is poised to offer a variety of yellow peaches all summer long that will ‘knock your socks off’ (to put it in mid-century adolescent-speak). Starting in...

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Reduced Guilt Chunky Guacamole

May 15, 2014 in What's New

If guilt is that unpleasant feeling you get when you’ve violated your own principles, reduced guilt is that relieved sense that maybe what you’ve done is really not that bad. We can’t do much about all the 'other stuff' you do, but we’re happy to assuage any mashed-avocado-dip-related guilt you may be dealing with. Re-introducing our renowned guac with 50% less fat and 40% fewer calories. But, how is this possible? Greek yogurt, mis amigos! The 12-ounce tub contains thick, creamy, low-fat Greek yogurt blended with...

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Mini Pie Medley

May 13, 2014 in What's New

While Americans didn’t invent pie (ancient Egyptians get those baking credits), we’ve embraced it so fully into our food heritage, that it is considered “the most traditional American dessert.” The ultimate sweet treat, homemade pies did fall out of fashion at one time, as convenience became coveted and appetites more reserved. In our Mini Pie Medley, we restore the glory of this culinary classic, cutting a new mold that fits better into a more modern view of time and treats. The pies thaw or heat swiftly, and while each is, indeed, a remarkable treat...

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