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.
It seems the only way there can be a peanut butter version of these cookies is if peanut butter changes to either peonut butter or peanut botter. (Spotted by Emily at Target.)
Avengers minus Black Widow and Hawkeye, plus Spider-Man assemble! (Spotted by Emily at Target.)
There’s only FOUR bars per box! (Spotted by Avery at Target.)
DeMet’s Sea Salt Caramel Turtles are as old as turtles. But DeMet’s King Size Sea Salt Caramel Turtles are as old as baby turtles. (Spotted by Sylvia at World Market.)
I’d really like to see Cheerios Plus Hemp. (Spotted by Rory at Loblaws in Canada.)
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5 thoughts to “SPOTTED ON SHELVES – 7/16/2015”
Everyone is trying to compete with Kind bars. And since Kind bars come 4 to a pack, so do all their competitors. Oh and they all cost roughly $1 because making a cheaper Kind alternative is totally out of the question. /rant
Too bad General Mills bought Annies. Their bunny cookies was one of the few snack things my Niece could eat. Now I don’t know what will change. My Sister got in touch with them on whether they’ll stay organic. And they said “They can’t promise anything”
Not sure who you talked to on the Annie\’s team, because this doesn\’t sound like us. We haven\’t changed any of our ingredients, and we remain committed to offering high-quality products and growing the amount of organic options in grocery store aisles. Please feel free to reach back out to us if you have any additional questions – you can email us directly at [email protected].
the lemon drop cookies are good! they taste a lot like girl scout savannah smiles without the powder 🙂
I tried the oatmeal variety of the Annie’s and they’re great- absolutely BEGGING to be crushed up and added to ice cream, or if you must, regular yogurt.
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