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.

Jays Sriracha Krunchers! Kettle Cooked Potato Chips

Jays Sriracha Krunchers! Kettle Cooked Potato Chips

Better late than never. (Spotted by Chris at Martin’s Supermarkets.)

Innovasian Cuisine Sriracha Chicken

Innovasian Cuisine Sriracha Chicken

More sriracha product porn. (Spotted by Dan at Walmart.)

Mott's Tropical Ba-na-na Apple Juice Beverage

Mott’s Tropical Ba-na-na Apple Juice Beverage

Sadly, when the Minions movie finishes its run, all the banana-flavored products will go with it. (Spotted by Sylvia at Ralphs.)

Chek Limited Edition Tropical Island and Key Lime Pie Soda

Chek Limited Edition Tropical Island and Key Lime Pie Soda

We covered the Chek Funnel Cake Soda a few days ago, but it turns out it has two limited edition siblings. (Spotted by Jessica at Winn-Dixie.)

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10 thoughts on “SPOTTED ON SHELVES – 7/3/2015

  1. I got some of the funnel cake soda today and the taste reminded me more of waffles with maple syrup, but with a lingering aftertaste. I didn’t really care for it. I got the tropical island soda as well but I haven’t tried it yet.

  2. I bought the 12 pack of the funnel cake soda, and it tastes nothing like funnel cake. It tastes like maple syrup. Even still, its actually not that bad of a flavor. I wish they came in other sizes (preferably single cans), but a 2-liter would’ve been alright as well.

  3. Update (I have seriously been shopping way too much this week): The limited edition sodas are from a contest. They’ll be available until September and you can vote on your favorite to be a permanent addition. (Since I can’t remember exactly what tropical inspired flavor I submitted to said contest, I just did some searching.)

  4. If anyone spots these sodas anywhere in Ohio please let us know! Really want to try these! Haven’t found the Mott’s minions ba-na-na juice or applesauce either :/

  5. I’ve tried the Innovasian Sriracha Chicken. The smell of it isn’t the most pleasant thing in the world, but the taste is pretty good. Has a nice flavor and a great kick to it

  6. The funnel cake soda tastes like funnel cake with a maple hint. I just got a can to taste it. I would never drink more than a sip. It contains 47 grams of sugar in one can. That is almost 12 teaspoons of sugar in one sitting! No thanks.
    The tropical soda is disgusting and equally has as much sugar. I didn’t see the key lime.
    What is Winn-Dixie thinking? I sure hope people aren’t dumb enough to give this stuff to children.

  7. I had one sip of the funnel cake soda. The aftertaste was overpoweringly sweet like drinking maple syrup.
    The keylime soda was a sweeter version of Sierra Mist. It could have been tarter (perhaps not as tart as trader joes keylime products), but it was drinkable. The funnel cake was not.

  8. The Check Key Lime Pie soda was phenomenal and I’m not a big soda drinker. I bought it to try it. I ended up buying 3 more cases until they took it off the shelves. I’ve actually been looking online where to find it.

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