We can’t wait to get our hands on these ASAP.

By Grace Elkus
Updated March 13, 2018
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According to Trader Joe’s, this decadent ice cream has very low “overrun,” the term for air that’s whipped into the ice cream. The resulting treat is extra thick, rich, and creamy—I can attest, because I have a quart of it in my freezer right now. The intense coffee flavor comes from both brewed and finely ground Colombian coffee. To buy: $4 for 1 qt., at Trader Joe’s.
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Trader Joe’s recently posed a question to their employees: Which product, if discontinued, would leave a product-shaped hole in your heart? Luckily, the grocery store decided to give us the inside scoop and shared the Crew Members’ answers in their latest Fearless Flyer newsletter. Read on for their expert picks.

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According to Trader Joe’s, this decadent ice cream has very low “overrun,” the term for air that’s whipped into the ice cream. The resulting treat is extra thick, rich, and creamy—I can attest, because I have a quart of it in my freezer right now. The intense coffee flavor comes from both brewed and finely ground Colombian coffee.

To buy: $4 for 1 qt., at Trader Joe’s.

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These 3-ingredient chips (just organic corn, organic sunflower oil, and salt) are basically an edible spoon. Use them to scoop up salsa, pico de gallo, guacamole, queso, or even chicken or tuna salad. Basically, we’re adding them to our list of pantry staples.

To buy: $2 for 9.75-oz. bag, at Trader Joe’s.

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This spicy, meatless riff on chorizo is produced by a small company that specializes in chorizo, which is why this meat-free version tastes so much like the real thing. If you’re hesitant about giving it a try, consider that it has no cholesterol and 60 percent less fat than traditional chorizo. Try it in a breakfast hash, vegetarian chili, or queso fundido.

To buy: $2.29 for 12-oz. package, at Trader Joe’s.