Here are some new products found on store shelves by us and your fellow readers. We may or may not review them, but we’d like to let you know what new items are popping up. We’ll also occasionally throw in an unusual product.
Blue Bunny’s new line of Naturally Frozen Yogurt isn’t Greek, like the frozen yogurt from a particular Vermont company, but it’s 100 percent natural. The photo above only shows two flavors, Bordeaux Cherry Chocolate (Bordeaux cherry frozen yogurt mixed with dark cherry pieces and dark chocolate chunks) and Caramel Praline Crunch (butter pecan frozen yogurt with praline pecan pieces swirled with a salty caramel ribbon), but there’s also Vanilla Bean and Chocolate Vanilla Swirl. Thanks to Impulsive Buy reader greendaychick for the photo.
Can’t wait the 2.5-3 minutes to pop a bag of microwaveable popcorn? Well then, Orville Redenbacher’s now has something to satisfy your impatient soul — ready-to-eat popcorn. The bagged popcorn comes in four flavors: Sharp White Cheddar, Classic Kettle Korn, Farmhouse Cheddar, and Signature BBQ. Thanks to TIB reviewer Adam for the picture…and the next two pictures.
When I’m bored, I make couch mixes, which are like trail mixes, except they’re for people who don’t like to hike. They’re always made with M&M’s and I add whatever snacks are available around the kitchen, like cookies, nuts, and potato chips. The folks at Mars have started making their own snack mixes with M&M’s. They come in three varieties: the Milk Chocolate Snack Mix includes milk chocolate M&M’s, mini chocolate chip cookies, peanuts, and mini pretzels; the Dark Chocolate Snack Mix has dark chocolate M&M’s, raisins, almonds, and mini pretzels; and the Peanut Snack Mix is made up of Peanut M&M’s, mini shortbread cookies, almonds, and mini pretzels.
I remember when Goldfish crackers came in two flavors, original and cheddar. I. Am. Old. This latest edition to the Goldfish Graham line combines chocolate grahams, vanilla grahams, and a sprinkling of cream. Now that I think about it, this would make a wonderful couch mix addition.
Impulsive Buy reader Ben sent us this photo of Mrs. Renfro’s Ghost Pepper Salsa. Ghost chili peppers, which are also known as Bhut Jolokia chili peppers, are the world’s hottest chili peppers, and it’s frickin’ awesome that someone made a salsa using them. Mrs. Renfro’s Ghost Pepper Salsa isn’t a new product (it’s been around since 2010), but it’s new to me and it’s something I’d like to burn my digestive system with. Here’s a review at the Burn Blog.
If you’re out shopping and see a new product on the shelf (or really unusual), snap a picture of it, email it to us at [email protected] with “Spotted” in the subject line, and you might see it in our next Spotted on Shelves post.
9 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES – 5/16/2012”
I love the Vanilla Cupcake flavor of Goldfish the best. I tried the Cookies & Cream flavor, being my favorite snack-y flavor for anything, and was kind of disappointed.
The Ghost pepper salsa is one of my favorites, a decent hot salsa can be hard to come by in a jar
the “new” cookies & cream goldfish arent bad but dont taste like cookies & cream, and it seems kind of cheezy that basically they are just coating the goldfish in more sugar to create new flavors…. frosted or chocolate covered fish must be coming soon enough.
also, I’m going M&M mix hunting at lunchtime.
(why is everyone jumping on kettle korn this year?)
They have the Ghost Pepper salsa on shelves all over Los Angeles area grocery stores. Really, really good stuff.
I tried the ghost pepper salsa, but didn’t find it too spicy. Maybe another brand would be better..
The popcorn is good but the store I used to shop. Only ones selling it I hate living in Detroit
so i just jumped for joy when I saw the m&m blends. Those sound seriously addicting!
It seems like the “ghost pepper” tend is going too far. EVERYONE has ghost peppers in something now. We get it. it is hot.
The Cookies and Cream Goldfish taste good, but I think the little brown fish (cookie flavor?) overpower the little white fish (cream…?) My favorite are still the chocolate chip grahams.
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