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.
Does this mean we’re one step closer to Sriracha Spam, Hormel? (Spotted by MaryLeigh at Walmart.)
Absolute Fruit sorbet desserts in natural fruit shells are absolutely freaky. (Spotted by Leslie at Giant Eagle.)
Will these Harley Davidson Roadhouse Customs Sausages make me fart like a Harley Davidson motorcycle? (Spotted by Nicolas at Walmart.)
Sugar coated marshmallow? Hmm. Instead of Kraft Jet-Puffed Candy Eggmallows, perhaps they should be called Kraft Jet-Peeped Candy Eggmallows. (Spotted by Nick at Price Chopper.)
What would one spread on Thomas’ Limited Edition Maple French Toast Bagels? (Spotted by Claire G at Weis Markets.)
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6 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES – 4/21/2014”
Those French Toast bagels sound good! I loved the sort-lived Pepperidge Farm French Toast swirl bread.
These will go good next to the blueberry and raisin bagels that are left on the shelf. Why do stores just not carry more onion bagels? /rant
For the record I did come home with the sriracha chicken breast- it’s good stuff. I love things super spicy so I wish it was more ‘oomph-y’ but it’s really quite tasty.
The basil rosemary turkey is really good too.
While at the Laughlin River Run (biker rally) Harley Davidson was passing out their sausages for everyone to sample. The one I got was the green chile and cheese. Pretty good flavor with a touch of bite. According to the paper they gave out they are available nearly everywhere except for the northeast.
The Absolute Fruit sorbets have been around for years. They’re very good, though.
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