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Butter Flavored Canola Oil Spray

May 27, 2015 in What's New

Cooking can create some sticky situations in the kitchen. Food that sticks to your frying pan, baking dish, or muffin tin never looks or tastes the way you intended. We’ve offered a number of cooking spray solutions in the past—all of them developed to make frying and baking easier and also meant to add a pleasant flavor-accent to your food. Our Butter Flavored Canola Oil Spray is the latest addition, and another great combination of functionality and flavor. Made from Canola, this new...

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TJ's Wine Insider - May 2015

May 26, 2015 in Wine Insider

With winter well behind and the prospect of summer easing into view, we’re featuring Wines to Build a Dream On. These are some of our best values from FranceItalySpain, and the Napa Valley. Just one sip can

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Chicken Balti Pies

May 25, 2015 in What's New

Just about a year ago, we began selling Trader Joe’s Steak & Ale Pies. These savory, U.K.-styled pies were welcomed with open mouths by many of our customers—who to this day, continue to show favor toward the hearty, meat-filled pastries. It seemed proper (and thus, very English) to give the people more of what they want. Having already packed a piecrust with beef, we’ve chosen this time around to lean in a more fowl direction—emphasis on the “w.” Please... all rise... for our...

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Ts & Js Sour Gummies

May 22, 2015 in What's New

Our jaws flex at the mere suggestion of sour gummy candies. See?! That’s a powerful (puckerful) sweet. No surprise here—sour gummies rank as one of the best-selling candies in the country. But, here is the surprise: Trader Joe’s hasn’t carried any sour gummies for as long as we can remember. This is a gap we’ve been eager to fill. Now, just in time for summer sweetness, Trader Joe’s Ts & Js Sour Gummies are here to bring puckeriffic happiness to your taste buds. Being made for us by...

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Chicken Pot Pie Ravioli

May 20, 2015 in What's New

Commonly, ravioli are stuffed with cheese. But you had to know that it was only a matter of time before such pasta pockets would invite more innovative fillings. We’ve already tried mushrooms, spinach, cheese blends, even lobster (to name only some), but our new Chicken Pot Pie Ravioli might be our most unique ravioli, to date. These little pasta pillows look like...

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Grilled Cauliflower

May 18, 2015 in What's New

Deriving from two Latin words (caulis, meaning “stalk,” and floris, meaning “flower”), cauliflower is a member of the cabbage family. This cruciferous vegetable is known for its creamy white color and mild flavor. First cultivated in the Mediterranean region (possibly Cyprus), it has been eaten for centuries. However, we’re fairly certain that centuries ago, no one had experienced anything quite like...

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Brewed Ginger Beer

May 15, 2015 in What's New

Ginger is a favorite flavor of ours at Trader Joe’s, and a winner with our customers. Products like our Triple Ginger Snaps and our Miso Ginger Broth are perennial favorites. We might easily include our seasonal Triple Ginger Brew among these favorites... except that it is only available once a year, during the holidays. Considering this, we thought it made great sense to...

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Organic Roasted Tomatillo Gazpacho

May 13, 2015 in What's New

It’s not salsa. It’s not a smoothie. It may technically be “soup”—but it’s a far cry from chicken noodle. What it is, is Gazpacho. This chilled bowl of blended vegetables has a fresh and simple, yet exotic appeal. Trader Joe’s Organic Roasted Tomatillo Gazpacho is a grand example of this refreshing, flavorful meal. Originally from Andalusia in southern Spain (with roots possibly going back to Roman times), the best Gazpacho present itself as a...

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Maple Water

May 11, 2015 in What's New

Lately, some interesting natural drink alternatives have been appearing on the scene. Some of these can be found on our shelves, including an Aloe beverage, and Coconut Water. Our newest unconventional beverage offering is Maple Water... though historically speaking, this is not new, at all. It’s likely that Native Americans in the Northeast discovered tree sap as they went about their daily lives, inhabiting the forests of Maple trees. And, that’s exactly what our Maple Water is—tree sap, culled from...

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