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Organic Fall Finds at Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Palooza


Trader Joe’s has improved their selection of organic foods in the past few years, but more organic items would certainly be welcome especially more fresh organic produce options.

Trader Joe’s typically carries organic bananas, apples, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, and salad greens. Other organic produce options vary by season and store location.

Trader Joe’s also offers a selection of organic bread, grain, frozen foods, soups, and condiments. These products are clearly labeled with organic in the title, such as organic peas or organic strawberries.

Every fall, Trader Joe’s Pumpkin Palooza takes over with gourd-filled end caps and seasonal surprises dotting the aisles. Some of the best Trader Joe’s pumpkin goodies are organic and vegan And we have the complete round-up for you.


Trader Joe’s Organic Pumpkin Spice Granola Bark

They didn’t have this in stock at our local store yet, but I spotted it in the Fearless Flyer and will be going back for it. It’s crunchy baked slabs of pumpkin granola coated in dairy-free dark chocolate and hand broken into pieces.

Ingredients – organic dark chocolate (organic cocoa beans, organic cane sugar, organic cocoa butter, organic soy lecithin), organic rolled oats, organic pumpkin seeds, organic maple syrup, organic pumpkin puree, organic corn flakes (organic corn meal, organic fruit juice concentrate [apple and/or pear], sea salt), organic brown rice flour, organic quinoa, organic roasted almonds, organic coconut oil, organic sugar, organic vanilla extract, organic cinnamon, organic ginger, organic nutmeg, organic clove, sea salt. Contains soy, almonds, coconut. May contain traces of milk.*

Trader Joe’s Organic Pumpkintrader jo-pumpkin-pumpkin

It might be ordinary, but every year I stock up on this delicious, affordably priced, canned pumpkin. It’s the closest alternative I can find to Libby’s, with a more affordable cost and an organic base to boot! They usually have it in stock through the holidays, but New Year is coming and it gets quickly phased out.


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