Today.com names 17 nutritionist-pleasing Trader Joe’s products
Once again, Monrovia, Calif.-based Trader Joe’s has grabbed the national media spotlight with its private brand offerings. Last week, Today.com identified 17 Trader Joe’s foods “nutritionists love”:
- Trader Giotto’s Organic Riced Cauliflower, described as a “convenient, low-carb stand-in for rice.”
- Trader Joe’s Stir Fry Vegetables, which can be topped with protein for a complete meal.
- Trader Joe’s Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon Fillets, which the article noted is “super affordable compared to your local fish market.”
- Frozen produce items such as Trader Joe’s Organic Kabocha Squash, which “often look like they did while they were fresh.”
- Trader Joe’s Crunchy Salted Peanut Butter With Flax & Chia Seed in part because the product is free of added sugars.
- Trader Joe’s Unsweetened Organic Acai Puree Packets, which can be used to create not-too-sweet homemade acai bowls topped with various fruits.
- Trader Joe’s Crispy Crunchy Broccoli Florets, described as a “low-carb, crunchy and healthy mid-day snack.”
- Trader Joe’s Everything but the Bagel Sesame Seasoning Blend With Sea Salt, Garlic & Onion, which the article stated is “like a New York bagel in a bottle — without all of the carbs.”
- Trader Joe’s Wild Arugula Wild Rocket Salad, “a fresh produce bargain” at just $1.9
- Trader Giotto’s Balsamic Glaze, which provides “a more impressive mouth feel” than oil-based dressing, according to the article.
- Trader Joe’s Whole Wheat Pizza Dough to “add some nutrition and fiber to your slice.”
- Trader Joe’s Creamy Low Sodium Tomato Soup, a ready-to-eat “flavorful snack or appetizer.”
- Trader Joe’s Just a Handful of Omega Trek Mix, which comes in single-serving packs that are 170 calories each.
- Trader Joe’s Just a Handful individual nut packs for on-the-go eating.
- Trader Joe’s Crispy Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies, which are 25 calories each.
- Trader Joe’s Mixed Nut Butter, consisting of dry-roasted and salted almonds, cashews, walnuts, Brazil nuts, hazelnuts and pecans.
- Trader Joe’s dry dog food because it is nutrient-dense and a good value.
To learn more about these products, read the Today.com article.