7 Worst Products to Avoid at Trader Joe’s

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Trader Joe’s was voted two years in a row as one of the best grocery stores in the country. And it’s no surprise that most people are huge fans of it. Loyal customers already know what’s worth buying and what is better left untouched. We don’t know if it was because of the taste or because of the scary label that clearly indicates red flags regarding the products. What about you? How often do you do your grocery shopping here? Do you think it’s expensive compared to other stores like Walmart or Costco?

Click on the next page to see the rest of the article because we compiled a list of the WORST foods you can buy at Trader Joe’s. You know it’s better to be aware of what you shouldn’t add to your cart and save more money for that awesome Mandarin Orange Chicken, which is always the best idea!

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  1. I have a choice of many markets. Often shop at Trader Joe’s and find their milk has much longer dates on the container (and in fact stays fresh longer) and costs less than my other choices.


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