I’m still dumbfounded that people don’t turn to Target for their groceries. I know they aren’t the best in terms of fresh produce, but have you seen some of their grocery deals? I have yet to find a grocery store that offers an 18-count carton of eggs as low as $1.39! I always feel like their products are a steal, so when I heard that Target released 600 new groceries through their Good & Gather line, I had to check it out for myself.
In case you missed it, let me write it out again: By early October, Target will have released 600 new grocery products in their stores. Hello! Lots of yummy treats waiting for us to gobble down!
I haven’t been able to take a trip to Target in a while (dang COVID), but yesterday I took a long walk to Target to check out the new line of groceries myself. I took my time looking through the different aisles and picked out a few of the products that I figured were absolutely worth bringing to your attention.
I think a lot of these products are going to replace some of the groceries offered through Target’s store brand Market Pantry, which has always been a personal favorite of mine. But after perusing the halls of Target and taking a look at some of these new groceries myself, I admit, I’m not sure if I’ll miss Market Pantry that much. The quality of these products are even better than what Market Pantry offered before…and the prices are relatively the same. It seems like a win-win to me.
So here are a few of Target’s new Good & Gather groceries on their shelves, if you’re on the hunt for some fun new food products to fill up your fridge!
Please keep in mind this post is not sponsored by Target—it’s merely a small report of some of the amazing products that I can’t wait to eat!
Buffalo-Style Chicken Dip: $3.99
You can also try and make it yourself. 😉
Italian-Style Smoked Chicken Sausage: $4.29
Jalapeño Cream Cheese Wontons: $6.99
Garlic-Flavored Extra Virgini Olive Oil: $8.99
Pomegranate Drago Fruit Sparkling Water: $1.29
Sea Salt Caramel Hot Cocoa Mix: $5.59
Burrata, Lemon Zest & Herb Ravioli: $4.29
Freeze-Dried Blueberries: $3.99
Three Cheese Pasta Sauce: $1.29
Organic 50/50 Blend Salad Greens: $2.59
Date & Nut Protein Bars: $5.49
Honey Almond Granola: $3.49
Brown Rice, Quinoa & Red Rice with Flaxseeds: $2.39
Steam-in-Bag Frozen Butternut Squash: $1.99
18-Count Large Eggs: $1.39
Extra Light Tasting Olive Oil: $6.99
Homestyle Guacamole: $3.99
Organic Blue Corn Tortilla Chips: $2.99
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