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.
These limited edition Code Red cans are promoting Mountain Dew’s skateboarding film We Are Blood. Yes, Mountain Dew makes movies. (Spotted by Hayden at 7-Eleven.)
I have to be honest. Whenever I think of Pepperidge Farm cookies, the first and only cookie I think of are Milano cookies. If sometime in the future you were to ask me to name a Pepperidge Farm cookie other than a Milano or else I’d get punched in the face, you’d definitely end up punching me in the face. Junk Food Guy reviewed both flavors. (Spotted by Debbie at Target.)
Oh, Entenmann’s! Forever coming up with new baked goods. (Spotted by Maria at Stop & Shop.)
Oh, Fleischmann’s! Forever coming up with new baked good mixes. (Spotted by Carla at Walmart.)
Having Kool-Aid available at convenience stores would’ve been cooler if they came in classic flavors, like Sharkleberry Fin and Purplesaurus Rex. (Spotted by Joshua at Citgo.)
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3 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES – 7/15/2015”
I thought the salted caramel was the best of the “non-premium” pepperridge farm cookies
Entenmanns is over saturating the market place. I have a Friend who works at a local grocery store and he said they end up having to throw away 80% of their Products because they keep pumping them out too quickly and nobody is buying them except for a few People and they have wayy too much left over. He said they get new shipments pretty much every other week. They need to cool it.
Your friend never heard of putting them on sale? The only problem with the brand is the price, but I’ll buy them on sale. Makes no sense to just toss them away. Besides, the distributor should be picking up whatever isn’t sold before the expiration date. They freeze very well, though. I bag individual pieces in cheap sandwich bags for the freezer.
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