SPOTTED – 2/2/2022

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.

The Original Donut Shop Coffee Snickers K Cups
The Original Donut Shop Coffee Snickers K-Cups

(Spotted by @TheJoshCatlett at Kroger.)

Tate s Vegan Chocolate Chip and Vegan Vanilla Maple Cookies
Tate’s Vegan Chocolate Chip and Vegan Vanilla Maple Cookies

(Spotted by Tommy at Walmart)

Member s Mark Honey Vanilla Almond Soft Baked Clusters
Member’s Mark Honey Vanilla Almond Soft Baked Clusters

(Spotted by Robbie at Sam’s Club.)

Hu Baking Dark Chocolate
Hu Baking Dark Chocolate

(Spotted by Sarah R at Sprouts.)

Old Orchard Limited Edition Spiced Cranberry Cider
Old Orchard Limited Edition Spiced Cranberry Cider

(Spotted by Rachel T at Woodman’s Markets.)

H E B MultiFit Blueberry  Cashew Probiotic Trail Mix
H-E-B MultiFit Blueberry & Cashew Probiotic Trail Mix
H E B MultiFit Pepitas  Edamame Pro Keto Trail Mix
H-E-B MultiFit Pepitas & Edamame Pro-Keto Trail Mix

H E B MultiFit Mango  Walnut Omega 3 Trail MixH-E-B MultiFit Mango & Walnut Omega-3 Trail Mix[/caption]

H E B MultiFit Chickpea  Almond Protein Trail Mix
H-E-B MultiFit Chickpea & Almond Protein Trail Mix
H E B MultiFit Cranberry  Chocolate Antioxidant Trail Mix
H-E-B MultiFit Cranberry & Chocolate Antioxidant Trail Mix

(Spotted by Robbie at H-E-B.)

CanDo Keto Krisp Butter  Salt Protein Bar
CanDo Keto Krisp Butter & Salt Protein Bar

(Spotted by Sarah R at Whole Foods.)

8 thoughts to “SPOTTED – 2/2/2022”

    1. Probably because it is still a money making trending diet and companies are still taking advantage of it’s heyday and continuing to produce items for those who subscribe to it?

      And in response to your second question: silly folks who don’t understand the concept of “everything in moderation” and “balance.” My two cents!

      1. “silly folks who don’t understand the concept of “everything in moderation” and “balance.” ”

        As an FYI: a ketogenic diet has more uses than just weight loss or weight maintenance.

        It has many medicinal uses; primarily first in the treatment of epilepsy (especially among children), but now also there’s scientific evidence to suggest it can have efficacy in treating a wide range of maladies, including: diabetes, cardiovascular diseases (especially with regard to cholesterol and triglycerides), neurological diseases, etc.

        Whether products chiefly marketed as “keto” or “keto friendly” are intended for those on a medicinal therapy of some kind could certainly be argued. I would say a majority are probably not.

      2. I second your two cents, most are on the keto train because they think they will drops dozens of pounds, good luck to em. I love my carbs and have no physical reason not to have them, luckily

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