Here are some interesting new products found on store shelves by your fellow readers. If you’ve tried any of the products, share your thoughts about them in the comments.
(Spotted by Sylvia at Marshall’s.)
(Spotted by Sarah R at Walmart.)
(Spotted by Rachel C at Manchester Airport in the U.K.)
(Spotted by Robbie at Sam’s Club.)
(Spotted by Sarah R at Sprouts.)
(Spotted by Robbie at Walmart Neighborhood Market.)
(Spotted by Scott B at Aldi.)
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7 thoughts to “SPOTTED – 5/17/2019”
Oooooooh, those aldi g-free treats look amazing. Their soft baked g-free chocolate cookies are incredible and so is the line’s bread.
The Great Value French Fry sauce is way better than I expected it to be so I think the Secret Sauce would be worth trying.
i wish they had more sugar free syrups you use with cocktails,i dont know why that isnt a thing.considering the premade stuff you find is loaded with sugar
The Unicorn Dreams is so good!!!! This line makes a ton of good sugar free cocktail drink mixes. Check Marshall’s, Homegoods, Ross or TJ Maxx for them.
with collagen? sounds horrid/worrying!
I wish i had seen the Lindt post yesterday, i have friends who flew from manchester airport and could have sent them on a mission!
The “Skinny Syrups” (barf) literally do not sound like edible products. That unicorn/mermaid b.s. is super infantilizing and collagen?? Ew x a million. It’s not like sugar free products are inherently good for you anyway, especially if you’re mixing them with ALCOHOL, ffs. Dumb.
Seriously though, who thought putting collagen on the front of the packaging as a selling point was a good idea? That what people get injected into their lips and stuff. Ewwwww.
glad i’m not the only one who thought ‘collagen? ewwww’ – who tops their coffee with collagen?? I have one of the skinny syrups and i can’t say its a good thing, just trying to use it up now… We don’t have flavoured liquid coffee creamers here in the UK (i think something on the ingredients must be on the EU suspect list, trans fats maybe) so syrups are next best thing.
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