SPOTTED ON SHELVES – 5/25/2015

Here are some interesting new and limited edition products found on store shelves by us and your fellow readers. If you’ve tried any of the products, share your thoughts about them in the comments.

Tai Pei Gung Ho Garlic and Kung Pow Chicken Wraps

Tai Pei Gung Ho Garlic and Kung Pow Chicken Wraps

Tai Pei Bang Bang Beef Wrap and Lucky Luau Chicken Wrap

Tai Pei Bang Bang Beef Wrap and Lucky Luau Chicken Wrap

I’m not sure why it’s called “Lucky Luau.” Perhaps a better name would’ve been “Oh Wow Luau!” (Spotted by Jamie at Walmart.)

Yasso Frozen Greek Yogurt Candy Bars

Yasso Frozen Greek Yogurt Candy Bars

If it was healthy to get all my protein from frozen Greek yogurt bars that look like candy, I’d totally do it. (Spotted by Erin at Target.)

California Pizza Kitchen The Works Hand Tossed Style Crust Pizza

California Pizza Kitchen The Works Hand Tossed Style Crust Pizza

California Pizza Kitchen California Style White Hand Tossed Style Crust Pizza

California Pizza Kitchen California Style White Hand Tossed Style Crust Pizza

Hand tossed style crust pizza party! (Spotted by Marvo at Safeway.)

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4 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES – 5/25/2015”

  1. Tai Pei stuff wasn’t good. Soggy after microwaving and mainly lots of rice inside. Very disappointing.

  2. I tried the Tai Pei bang bang beef wrap and it was mostly rice with two very small pieces of beef and the wrap was soggy. IMHO it’s not worth $1.76 per wrap.

  3. Tried the Tai Pei beef wrap described as “beef strips with fried rice, onions and bell peppers in a spicy sauce”. There were two small pieces of bell pepper, and maybe two small pieces of beef, possibly just one. There was, however, plenty of corn, peas and carrots. Strange that these items did not make it into the description, as they each outnumbered the beef and bell peppers by at least 5 to 1. Definitely not worth it.

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