Beating out TJ’s non-dairy alternatives and other seasonal faves is its sparkling apple juice. The autumnal canned drink contains 100% honeycrisp apple juice, water, and bubbles.
TJ’s turns out hundreds of different cheeses every year, but customers’ favorite is the full-bodied English farmhouse cheddar doused in onion marmalade. Your sandwich will be oozing with decadence.
TJ’s Kung Pao Chicken and Butternut Squash Mac & Cheese was no match for this authentic Indian entree. Chicken is served over basmati rice in a creamy, tomato, onion, garlic, and ginger curry.
Typically priced under 20 cents, bananas have TJ’s customers going bananas! Produce runner-ups include Teeny Tiny Avocados, Brussel Sprouts, and Organic Carrots of Many Colors.
The spicy chips are made from stone ground corn masa that is cut, rolled, and fried, and powdered with hot chili-lime seasoning. Enjoy with sandwiches, burgers, dips, or as is!
To no surprise, TJ’s mini cones rank supreme among its sweet offerings. Since its debut, the bite-sized treats have evolved into other flavors like coffee, peppermint, and pumpkin.
Yummy as a spread or dip, the pesto’s secret ingredients (garlic and lemon juice) catapult it to the next level. TJ’s Vegetable Fried Rice and Beefless Bulgogi got honorable mentions.
TJ’s soy-wax candle selection knocks other household products like its legendary body butter, refreshing body wash, and scented lotions out of the park. New scents are released seasonally.
Per patrons, this spicy snack is the best of the best. The chips are gluten-free and pair deliciously with TJ’s Avocado's Number Guacamole and Roasted Garlic Hummus.