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Beet Hummus

April 10, 2015 in What's New

Beetroots have an illustrious and checkered past. They’ve been used as medicine (before being recognized as food), as an aphrodisiac (frescoed on the walls of Pompeii brothels), and even as make-up (“lip-stain” on 19th century women’s lips). This is all very interesting, but we think beets are best when eaten! Today, we introduce a Beet product (that you eat), which is perhaps the most unique among our existing beet items—and definitely one with a...

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Aged Mahòn Cheese

April 08, 2015 in What's New

Menorca is a Mediterranean island situated between Spain and Sardinia. With more than 600 farms related to the dairy industry, Menorca is a prolific cheese producer. All of the cow’s milk cheese made on the island is called Mahón (Mah-HONE), named after the capital city and main port. We think our Trader Joe’s Aged Mahón Cheese is one of the most flavorful Mahóns available—and it’s our April Spotlight Cheese.Trader Joe’s Mahón has been...

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Low Fat Blueberry Kefir

April 03, 2015 in What's New

We are excited about our new Low Fat Blueberry Kefir—so excited, that we intend to make a Kefir-clamor. It’s all in hopes that our customers who haven’t yet experienced Kefir’s great taste and probiotic benefits will hear about it and be inspired to try and enjoy this unique dairy beverage. But long ago, Kefir was a confidential culture. The recipe was held very close, like a fragile, magical secret. Legend says that...

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