Icelandic Style Nonfat Yogurt

September 23, 2017 in Category: What's New

Iceland is home to some of the most wondrous and awe-inspiring terrain we’ve ever seen. It’s also home to some of the most wondrous and awe-inspiring yogurt we’ve ever tasted. Icelanders call this yogurt skyr (pronounced “skeer”), and we call it delicious. It’s so delicious that, after a recent overseas adventure, our Product Innovator returned stateside bound and determined to develop Trader Joe’s very own skyr. Well, her determination paid off… in the form of Trader Joe’s Icelandic Style Plain and Strawberry Nonfat Yogurts...

Fior Delle Alpi

March 14, 2017 in Category: What's New

The Swiss Alps are famous for crisp mountain air, high peaks, and skiing. Each year, people from around the world flock to the Alps for world-class winter skiing. From these same Swiss Alps comes Trader Joe’s Fior Delle Alpi cheese—and yes, it’s as excellent as the skiing! Fior Delle Alpi translates to “Flower of the Alps,” a name fitting for our March spotlight cheese. Hidden in a black rind, this raw milk cheese is made by hand at a small mountain dairy. The cows are free to roam and graze on mountainsides covered in grasses and wild herbs, and these herbs are vital to the intense...