SPOTTED – 6/19/2019

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.

Angie s Boom Chicka Pop Berries and Cream Kettle Corn
Angie’s Boom Chicka Pop Berries and Cream Kettle Corn

(Spotted by Rachel J at Fred Meyer.)

Popsicle Paw Patrol Ice Pops
Popsicle Paw Patrol Ice Pops
Popsicle Fruit Pops Sicle Stacker Banana Orange Strawberry
Popsicle Fruit Pops Sicle Stacker Banana Orange Strawberry
Popsicle Fruit Pops Orange Cherry Grape
Popsicle Fruit Pops Orange Cherry Grape

(Spotted by Rachel J at Safeway.)

Signature Select Chocolate Mint Mini Cookies
Signature Select Chocolate Mint Mini Cookies
Signature Select Oatmeal Raisin Thin  Crispy Cookies
Signature Select Oatmeal Raisin Thin & Crispy Cookies

(Spotted by Sarah R at Safeway.)

Organics Plant Based Organic Burger Patties
Organics Plant Based Organic Burger Patties

(Spotted by Sarah R at Safeway.)

Fruit Roll Ups Tongue Tattoos
Fruit Roll-Ups Tongue Tattoos

(Spotted by Sylvia at Vons.)

Three Trees Organic Pistachio Unsweetened Nutmilk
Three Trees Organic Pistachio Unsweetened Nutmilk
Three Trees Organic Black Sesame Nut  Seedmilk
Three Trees Organic Black Sesame Nut & Seedmilk

(Spotted by Sarah R at Draeger’s Market.)

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2 thoughts to “SPOTTED – 6/19/2019”

  1. The Popsicle Fruit Pops are nice (I’ve had the orange juice one and will try the others if they show up). But it seems like just a way to seriously increase the price on the Simply Popsicle line (which comes/came in 18-packs for the same basic ingredients, the fruit pops are 12-packs). I saw a notice in my store that the Simply Popsicles will increase in price in the Fall. The Fruit Pops are priced the same for fewer popsicles.

    The Simply Popsicle line is really really good. Only sweetener is cane sugar and the colors and flavors are all from real food. So they actually taste like their names (cherry, grape, orange, pineapple, berry for example). No aftertaste from artificial sweeteners or the dreaded stevia (yuck yuck ptooie) or the inferior taste of high fructose corn syrup.

    The orange Fruit Pop tasted like orange juice. It has the same size and texture as the Simply Popsicle line. None of them have the texture of the Outshine fruit bars, which mostly do use fruit purée and so became my ice cream fix before non-dairy ice cream arrived in the local grocery store. (The watermelon one is astonishing… ) But Outshine has gone up and up in price over the years. I’m afraid the “cane sugar/food-based colors and flavors” popsicles will suffer the same fate and the Simply Popsicle 18-packs will be phased out. We shall see, mayhap not.

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