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.

Limited Edition California Pizza Kitchen Greek Recipe

I’d like California Pizza Kitchen to come up with a pizza recipe for every ethnic group because I would totally nosh a Minangkabau-style pizza. (Spotted by Marvo at Safeway.)

Country Crock Simply Delicious

Would it be funny if I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter came out with a spread called Deliciously Simple? (Spotted by Marvo at Safeway.)

Keebler El Duende

Things I’ve learned from a press release, these are somewhat new (available since summer), it “reflects the importance of Hispanic consumers,” and El Duende means “The Elf.” (Spotted by Jamie at Target.)

Collector's Edition Taylor Swift Diet Coke

I’m not looking forward to the day when Diet Coke decides to stop selling their Taylor Swift Collector’s Edition and Taylor Swift decides to write a song about it. (Spotted by Marvo at Target.)

I Can't Believe It's Not Butter Deliciously Simple

OMG! That’s so funny…but not surprising now that I know both companies are owned by Unilever. (Spotted by Marvo at Safeway.)

Thank you to all the photo contributors! If you’re out shopping and see an interesting new or limited edition product on the shelf, snap a picture of it, and send us an email ([email protected]) with where you found it and “Spotted” in the subject line. If you do so, you might see your picture in our next Spotted on Shelves post.

4 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES – 11/20/2013”

  1. I’ve tried the ElDuende Limon cookies. The store brand lemon sandwich cookies are tons better…

  2. I can concur with Shellie about the lemon El Duende. I was sent a sample package and they aren’t bad, but also not great. The filling has little lemon flavor and the cookie is unremarkable. Keebler’s “Simply Natural” sugar cookies, however, are worth having. They’re like shortbread.

  3. Hannaford now has a naan pizza. I knew flatbread pizzas were the new hotness, but I didn’t know that it was so hot that it filtered to store brand stuff already.

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