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Organic Red Palm Oil

December 29, 2014 in What's New

Egyptian pharaohs loaded their triangular tombs with important items to be enjoyed in the afterlife, including fine jewels, gilded ritual objects, and of course, jars filled with their vital organs. Red Palm Oil was counted among the treasures worthy of spiritual transport. Clearly, their belief-system did not allow for the idea that Trader Joe’s would be conveniently located after death. (Admittedly, we haven’t even made it to Canada yet.) But, good for them. Meanwhile, for the non-Egyptian, American, commoner—who is still breathing—Red Palm Oil is...

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Cookies Beyond the Pail

December 03, 2014 in What's New

In the heart of California’s Santa Ynez Valley, just north of the coastal oasis of Santa Barbara, there lies a small city steeped in Danish history and culture. That city, Solvang (which translates, from Danish, to “sunny field”), has celebrated its founders’ Danish roots for more than 100 years. The manifestations of Solvang’s “Danishness” comes in many forms, from the annual Danish Days festivities and the windmills & traditional Danish architecture, to the shops selling cookies in adorable little pails. What do cookies in pails have to do with Denmark? We’re guessing...

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Kettle Popped Sweet & Salty Popcorn Chips

November 07, 2014 in What's New

Snacking is compelled by cravings. Sometimes you crave something sweet, and other times—salty. Sometimes you want a handful of fluffy popcorn, and other times—loud, crunchy chips. Then, there are the times when you want it all... and then some. For just those times, we are excited to introduce Trader Joe’s Kettle Popped Sweet & Salty Popcorn Chips. Made for us by Brooklyn-based innovators in better-for-you snacking, the core of these amped, whole grain snacking chips is...

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