7 Worst Products to Avoid at Trader Joe’s

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6. Original Joe’s O’s cereal

In most cases, if you want an alternative to Cheerios, the “Original Joe’s O’s Cereal” seems like the almost perfect substitute. But let’s be honest: These are nothing but bland, unflavored cereals with a weird texture compared to Cheerios. For those who are absolutely committed, we advise switching to a spiced (like pumpkin) version of Joe’s O’s cereal. The Crisp Rice cereal is a safer option if you are a fan of cereal in the morning.

Which one is your favorite? Tell us in the comments.

7. Vitamins

Taking vitamins is one healthy habit that everyone should have. But if you’re planning to buy vitamins from Trader Joe’s, you might want to reconsider the idea. Why? because they tend to be more expensive compared to drugstores or other vitamin products. As an example, a bottle of 100 vitamin B pills costs $5.99 at Trader Joe’s but only $4.75 at Walgreens.

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