Grocery Shopping

25 Discontinued Trader Joe’s Items That Should Come Back

No other store creates fans of particular items like Trader Joe’s. But the store will break your heart again and again. TJ’s will invent the perfect treat that you’ll always have in your freezer or pantry, something that will become your go-to solo dinner craving, or the one thing that your kids will eat without fail. You’ll buy it every week, sometimes for years. And then, one day, it happens.

It’s gone.

Does the New Trader Joe's Broccoli and Kale Pizza Crust Taste Better Than It Looks? We Tried It to Find Out

Talk about a jolly green giant.

This Is Not a Drill: Aldi Just Released Ice Cream for Dogs

17 Anti-Inflammatory Foods to Buy at Trader Joe's

It's no surprise that Trader Joe’s has developed a cult-like following. Who doesn’t want fresh produce and quality staples at super low prices?

10 Practical, Stylish, Farmer's Market-Ready Tote Bags 

Have you ever tried to navigate a busy farmer’s market while struggling to keep a firm grip on multiple bags of produce? It ain’t easy. Taking along a functional, reusable tote will make your next visit to the market much more enjoyable. Whether you’re looking to carry a few pieces of fruit or a week’s supply of food, we scoured the internet to find the 10 most practical (and stylish) tote bags on the market.

Trader Joe's Doesn't Always Have the Lowest Prices — But These 6 Items Will Save You Money Every Time

Savvy shoppers know where to scout out the best grocery deals. And, surprisingly, they’re usually not running to Trader Joe’s to find them.

It’s no secret that Trader Joe’s carries many unique and specialty products, which also tend to be more expensive in price compared to the average grocery store.

I’m in a Committed Relationship With Supermarket Meals

The best thing I ate in Seattle, the other week, was a prime rib sandwich made with a nearly overwhelming quantity of seriously quality Pacific Northwest beef, and the perfect amount of horseradish. The bread was warm, and very fresh; the sandwich came with—because they asked, and I said yes, a thousand times yes—a considerable vessel filled with fragrant au jus, no charge.

The Best Grocery Stores All Have This One Thing in Common, According to a New Survey

A survey of more than 75,000 people ranked grocery stores on customer satisfaction, prices, and more—and most of the best grocery stores had something major in common.

Lyft Grocery Access Program Will Expand Nationwide, Offering Discounted Rides to Supermarkets

According to DoSomething.org, around 23.5 million people (half of which are low-income) live in food deserts, defined as “geographic areas where access to affordable, healthy food options (aka fresh fruits and veggies) is limited or nonexistent because grocery stores are too far away.” About 2.3 million people also live in low-income, rural areas more than 10 miles a

Walmart, Amazon, and ShopRite Launch Online Shopping Program for Food Stamp Recipients

For the 38 million-plus shoppers using SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) in the U.S., buying groceries has long been limited to in-person transactions. However, that all changed on Thursday when the U.S.