Welcome to my Trader Joe’s Review blog! This blog will review just about anything that Trader Joe’s makes from food, to booze to cleaning supplies to dog food.
My name is Steve and I’m a Trader Joe’s addict. I am in no way affiliated with Trader Joe’s in any way other than that I am generally a satisfied customer! In this blog, I am going to review as many Trader Joe’s products as I can. My wife and I shop there almost daily. You would too if you have teenage boys you needed to feed constantly! This blog is an offshoot of my inner foodie. My wife, Becky, and I are serious foodies. We love to cook and eat out all the time.
First up, I am not being paid by Trader Joe’s. I have never worked there. I think Trader Joe’s has a great idea and a great store. I will not hold anything back if I find a product I don’t like. I will let you know what I like and what I don’t. Trader Joe’s can bomb in a serious way sometimes.
My hometown Trader Joe’s is the Totem Lake store in Kirkland, WA. I occasionally go to the brand new Trader’s in Redmond, WA but those are the two main stores I visit. But I have been to Trader Joe’s in several different states including Oregon, California, Arizona, Virginia, Florida and Maryland.
What can you expect from me? I will write an almost daily review of Trader Joe’s products. I have two teen boys that need a lot of food so we go to Trader Joe’s frequently. This gives me lots of opportunities to keep up with new products. I’ve been a bit of a foodie since I can remember. My mother and father were Foodies before people used that word. Everyone in my family loves food.
How I rate these products: 1-10 Bells (you know how they ring the bell in Traders?)
1 Bell – Please remove it from the shelf immediately
5 Bells – OK, not great, but average
10 Bells – The best food ever needs to be put in the TJ’s Hall of Fame.
We will be reviewing just about everything in the store, but mainly concentrate on the food and wine. Trader’s has an extensive supplement section but rarely uses them. I have heard good things about their quality so I’ll leave that section to others. The other thing we will not delve too deeply into is the fresh produce and meats. Those are highly variable depending on location but occasionally we’ll wade into that area and review those items. We’ll have an occasional recipe and food and wine pairing too. I love to cook and Trader Joe’s pushes my knowledge in food constantly.
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(I am in no way affiliated with Trader Joe’s in any way other than I am generally a satisfied customer)
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