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.
Wise Food Truck Favorites Potato Chips (Beef Barbacoa Tacos and Loaded Chili Cheese Dog)
Is 2016 the Year of Products Inspired by Food Trucks? (Spotted by Timothy at ShopRite.)
Russell Stover Pistachio Bark and Orange & Almond Bark
Back in my day, there was only peppermint bark and it was available only during the Christmas season. Now we have fancy summer barks. (Spotted by Rachel C at Target.)
Cape Cod Roasted Black Garlic Seaside Pop Popcorn
Hey! Cape Cod’s Roasted Black Garlic Potato Chips have a cousin! Or is it sibling? They’re related, but I don’t know how. (Spotted by Aaron S at Giant.)
Frank’s Red Hot in Squeezable Bottle
I prefer the glass bottles. They’re much more handy in a restaurant fight. (Spotted by Rebecca W at Price Chopper.)
Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Finding Dory
I imagine finding Dory in the movie will take awhile, but finding Dory’s face on food products will be really easy for the next few months. (Spotted by Robbie at H-E-B.)
Curate Kids Bars (Chocolate & Banana, Apple & Cinnamon, and Oatmeal & Chocolate Chunk)
The adult Curate bars have names like Decadence, Tempting, and Indulgent. I think these Curate Kids Bars should have fun names too. Here’s some ideas that popped into my head: Delight, Merriment, Sparkle, and Joie de Vivre. (Spotted by Carla at Target.)
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