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New Trader Joe's Products to Try in September

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Trader Joe's Best New Products September 2017
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There are many topics we stay on top of working in the food industry: the hottest new restaurants, the latest cocktail trends and, of course, the newest products to hit the shelves at Trader Joe's, from the latest canned wine to seasonal products to snag before it's too late.

And while speculoos cookie butter and the latest in pumpkin-spice products will always have a place in our trusty grocery basket, here are all the new things in September we're also making room for.

  • Riced Cauliflower Stir Fry ($3)

    TJ's frozen aisle is stocked with endless meals and ingredients that make getting dinner on the table easier than choosing paper or plastic. And this month, the newest member of the fam is this cauliflower stir-fry packed with green peas, corn and red peppers. Eat it as is or top it off with a fried egg.

  • Trader Joe's Organic Midnight Moo ($3.50)

    Your Sunday-morning pancakes just got a little sweeter, thanks to this chocolate syrup. Although it's not a totally new product, September marks this kid-approved item's long-awaited return to shelves. Whether you're whipping up breakfast or dessert, the possibilities are endless.

  • Kohlrabi Salad Blend ($2.50)

    You owe it to yourself not to eat another sad salad for lunch, so grab a bag of this kohlrabi blend and let your imagination run wild. The mix combines green and red cabbage with shredded kale and golden beets, and is perfect rolled up in a wrap with your protein of choice.

  • Gluten Free Cheese Pizza with a Cauliflower Crust ($5)

    If you were as obsessed with TJ's cauliflower pizza crust as we were, this has your name written all over it. At just $5 a pop, you can have pizza for days for less than it would cost to source a gluten-free pie in the wild. Whether you live a gluten-free lifestyle or just love cauliflower crust, Friday-night pizza parties just got way more interesting.

  • Just Coconut Chunks ($2.50)

    Ever tried to cut your coconut? It's not as easy as they make it look on the beach. Luckily, the work is already done when it comes to these frozen chunks, which are the perfect addition to any smoothie. Plus, a bag at TJ's is half the price of other competitor brands, so it's a win-win.

  • Za'atar Chèvre ($3)

    When we want to buy delicious cheeses on a budget, TJ's is our first stop. This latest addition to the aisle is a tangy, creamy goat cheese mixed with oregano and thyme. Crumble it over a salad, melt it onto your morning eggs or spread it on toast or crackers.

  • Gochujang Flavored Almonds ($5)

    If you're someone who likes it spicy, these nuts are going to fit right in your work snack drawer. The secret ingredient that gives the almonds their signature kick is gochujang, a fermented Korean condiment made with red chiles.

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