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November 12, 2017 in Category: Radio Spots

At Trader Joe’s, we spend most of our time making sure the products on our shelves are great and offer outstanding value, every day. We don’t often get a chance to stop and say thanks...

Happy Holidays

November 12, 2017 in Category: Radio Spots

Spending time with family this holiday season shouldn’t mean spending all your hard-earned money, and at Trader Joe’s, you don’t have to...

Sweet Pull Apart Aloha Rolls

November 10, 2017 in Category: What's New

If you visit Hawaii, locals will tell you that there is more to the term “aloha” than a simple hello or goodbye. Aloha refers to an overflowing spirit of love—a way of life, if you will. Similarly, if you visit Trader Joe’s, Crew Members will tell you that there is more to our Sweet Pull-Apart Aloha Rolls than...

Sweet Potato & Marshmallow Pixie Pie Mix

November 08, 2017 in Category: What's New

Made exclusively for us in Kentucky, this non-fictional—yet fantastical—Pixie Pie Mix is a true lifesaver in the kitchen when you need a dreamy dessert on the double. Somewhere between a brownie and a pie in texture, it boasts a buttery crust with a tender chew...

Fully Cooked Brined Bone-In Half Turkey Breast

November 06, 2017 in Category: What's New

Guide To Turkey Roasting

November 06, 2017 in Category: Guides

Our turkeys are never frozen, but we do keep them super cold. Plan to buy your bird a few days in advance. A good rule of thumb is to allow at least 1 day of "mellowing out" in the fridge for every four pounds of meat. Got a 12 pound bird? Plan on three days. A 16 pound bird? Four days. Then, on the big day, take the turkey out of the fridge and unwrap and remove the temporary wire truss. Locate and remove neck & giblets (don’t see ‘em? don’t forget to check the back end), set aside for potential future use (stuffing, gravy, soup or gumbo). Pat the bird dry, inside and out, with paper towels and set on a clean, flat surface.

Sweetened Dried Lemon Slices

November 05, 2017 in Category: What's New

When life gives you lemons... slice them up and eat them! Of course, plain, unadorned lemons can be challenging on the palate - they’re tart, sour, puckery, and not all taste buds find them appealing. We’ve found a sweet solution to this citrus conundrum: sweeten the slices, dry them to a delectably balanced level of moisture, and, finally, enjoy the fruits of your... fruit.

Fire Roasted Tomato Cranberry Salsa

November 04, 2017 in Category: What's New

Traditional cranberry sauce will forever have its place at the Thanksgiving table, but if given the opportunity, why not spice things up a bit? With our fresh Fire Roasted Tomato Cranberry Salsa, we’ve done just that—literally and figuratively. New to our holiday roster, this surprising combination of fire-roasted tomatoes, tangy cranberries, fresh jalapeños...

Pistachio Cranberry Bites

November 03, 2017 in Category: What's New

Trader Joe’s Pistachio Cranberry Bites are tremendously tasty manifestations of this snack-crafting philosophy. In these individually-wrapped, rectangular-shaped, crunchy-sweet-tart bites, we’ve included only what’s needed to make them delicious – nothing else...