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.

Nature Valley Banana Bread & Dark Chocolate Soft-Baked Oatmeal Squares

Nature Valley Banana Bread & Dark Chocolate Soft-Baked Oatmeal Squares

I’ve never drooled over Nature Valley’s Soft-Baked Oatmeal Squares, but this flavor has me drooling a bit. (Spotted by Daniel at Walmart.)

Mrs. T's Mozzarella, Tomato & Basil Pierogies

Mrs. T’s Mozzarella, Tomato & Basil Pierogies

I pity the fool…oh, no relation. Sorry, Mrs. T. (Spotted by Jonathan at ShopRite.)

Weight Watchers Smart Ones Smart Creations

Weight Watchers Smart Ones Smart Creations

Poor Teriyaki Chicken & Vegetables. The new entrees get to be excellent sources of protein, but old Teriyaki Chicken & Vegetables is only a good source of protein. (Spotted by Dorothy at Walmart.)

Entenmann's Limited Edition Lemon Crunch Cake

Entenmann’s Limited Edition Lemon Crunch Cake

Never Ending Entenmann’s. (Spotted by RaveGyrl at Jewel Osco.)

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3 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES – 6/30/2015”

  1. I think I speak on behalf of all Ukrainians when I say that those things have no business calling themselves pierogies. Anything in a pasta shell = pasta.

  2. Entenmanns should just open up their own store. They have enough products they could sell.

  3. I recently learned that there are guidelines so that excellent source and good source mean different amounts of protein. “Excellent” source means at least 20% of daily value, while “good” is 10-19. I never knew those words had any meaning, I thought they were just to catch your eye on the packaging.

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