Trader Joe's is popular with brick-and-mortar shoppers. The 560+ site supermarket business is recognised for its low prices, excellent customer care, and
ever-rotating array of items, like Everything but the Bagel Seasoning, Frozen Cauliflower Gnocchi, and Salty Peanut Butter Filled Pretzel Nuggets.
Trader Joe's buyers maintain a Subreddit where they post images of homemade TJ's preparations, discuss sales info, and debate favourite goods.
A forum poster recently asked what happened to Trader Joe's Cassava and Coconut grain-free tortilla chips. "I haven't seen them in a while. Are they discontinued?" inquired a user.
Cassava-what? This nutty-tasting, starchy root vegetable is utilised globally.
It's in West African eba, a soft bread for dipping in soups and stews, and Filipino cassava cake.
Naturally gluten-free, the root is used in Paleo snacks and sweets, which omit wheat. Cassava may replace starches in pie crusts, pancakes, bread, and tortillas.
Given its many uses, cassava chips make sense. Trader Joe's redesigned cassava chips use Peruvian-grown cassava cooked in sunflower oil and sea salt.
Both guacamole and warm spinach and artichoke dip sound good with the chips.