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 Amanda Y at Walmart.)
(Spotted by Robbie at H-E-B.)
(Spotted by Sylvia at GNC.)
(Spotted by Sylvia at Vons.)
(Spotted by Dorothy at Giant Eagle)
(Spotted by Sarah R at Safeway.)
(Spotted by RaveGyrl at 7-Eleven.)
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5 thoughts to “SPOTTED – 6/14/2019”
I’ve noticed over the last year or so that a lot of Kellogg’s products that are vitamin-fortified, like their Pop Tarts and Nutri Grain products, no longer contain as much vitamin-fortifying as in the past. I might still try the grape flavored Nutri Grain Bites because that’s a new flavor to their Nutri Grain line.
The Nutrigrain Bites look like Fig Newtons to me.
The Laughing Cow spread pales to the wedges and most cream cheese. It’s bland (strange considering it has several varieties of cheese in the ingredients) and a strange, goopy texture.
Pica puffs!?! What idiot decided to give this a name of an eating disorder defined as Craving and chewing substances that have no nutritional value, such as ice, clay, soil, or paper. Great job marketing team! Smh smh smh
They’re not referring to the eating disorder. The Spanish dictionary states: “Pica most often means something that bites, like chile picante, something that stimulates your appetite, and makes you want to come back for more.”
And in that case, it’s pronounced “Peek-uh”, not “Pike-uh”.
Think of Pico de Gallo (hot salsa).
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