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Lemon Scent Dishwasher Detergent Gel

May 12, 2017 in Category: What's New

Washing dishes isn’t always the most joyful activity. We can thank Josephine Cochrane for making this chore a little less nettlesome: she invented the first commercially viable dishwasher in 1886. Yes, over 100 years ago! Dishwashers are just as useful as ever, but are only as successful as the cleaning agents you use in them. Trader Joe’s Dishwasher Detergent Gel is ready and up to the toughest dish washing tasks...

Campfire S'Mores Bar

May 10, 2017 in Category: What's New

Gather ’round the campfire, kids! No, we don’t have any riveting ghost stories to tell or tuneful melodies to sing—we’ve got something even better to share with you: Trader Joe’s Campfire S’Mores Bar. Pull up a log; it’s going to be a long, sweet night. Enjoying a Trader Joe’s Campfire S’Mores Bar is basically like chowing down on a batch of ooey, gooey s’mores… minus the sticky mess and the hard work. Okay, so maybe...

Mum's The Word

May 08, 2017 in Category: Guides

The act of giving flowers reaches back through history, across cultures, oceans...even languages. In Victorian times, when outwardly expressing emotion was frowned upon, people used floriography (secret communication through flowers) to convey their deepest feelings, send layered, hidden messages to loved ones, or say things their societal norms wouldn’t otherwise allow...

Organic Carrot Turmeric Juice Blend

May 08, 2017 in Category: What's New

Great news: we’ve given classic carrot juice some extra character! (You have had your fingers crossed for that, now haven’t you?) Turmeric has long been valued for its unique taste and versatility—we’ve seen it in everything from soups to lattes to cakes as of late—and its notable presence in our new Organic Carrot Turmeric Juice Blend creates a distinct, enjoyable beverage that is sure to have everyone talking...

Rosé Bouquet

May 08, 2017 in Category: Wine Insider

From the traditionalist’s perspective, the words “rosé” and “bouquet” don’t belong together. That’s because in wine-speak, bouquet refers specifically to those aromas that develop only during aging—characteristics of which youthful rosés have none. So, how can we justify such a verbal pairing? Aside from the obvious rhyming fun, we submit that similar to “a bunch of flowers, picked and tied together,” we’ve picked and tied together a bunch of wines... a Rosé Bouquet, if you will. And, just like a floral bouquet, these wines are...

Organic Coconut Aminos Seasoning Sauce

May 07, 2017 in Category: What's New

The versatility of the Cocos nucifera (the coconut tree) cannot be overstated. It produces an impressive number of coconut-based products with varied, but important, uses: coconut meat and coconut milk for cooking, coconut water for hydration, coconut sugar for baking… impressive, indeed. Another lesser known (but not for long) member of the coconut clan is the sap of the coconut blossom. When fermented, this sap forms a savory, amino-rich sauce with...

Birthday Cake Bar

May 07, 2017 in Category: What's New

No, dear readers, “Trader Joe’s Birthday Cake Bar” does not refer to a local gathering spot where folks congregate to celebrate the days of their birth. But, while you can’t head on down to the Birthday Cake Bar, you can eat it—and we promise you won’t be disappointed. It’s a masterpiece of confectionary convolution that you never knew you needed. Until now. And since we’re in the “now,” let’s talk about this “wow” of a...

Matcha Green Tea Ice Cream

May 05, 2017 in Category: What's New

Matcha is having a moment. Since its subtle, vegetal sweetness lends itself to desserts, it makes sense that we’re building a small army of matcha-flavored sweets. We’ve already got a seasonal Matcha White Chocolate Bar in our candy aisle. Now, we’re bringing in what might just be the world’s most favorite matcha treat. Introducing...the Crown Prince of Matcha Land*… the Prom Queen of Matcha High*… 

Coffee Syrup

May 04, 2017 in Category: What's New

You’ve had milk. You’ve had coffee. But, have you had coffeemilk? If not, just imagine a frosty glass of 2% in front of you… and imagine someone hands you Trader Joe’s Coffee Syrup. You unscrew the cap that sits atop the narrow neck of the vintage-looking bottle and you begin to pour. The thick, dark-brown syrup flows into the milk—at first invisible—until you grab your spoon and stir. It looks like chocolate milk. It’s not. This is...