15 New Trader Joe’s Products You Need This Summer

There’s only one thing more exciting than summer weather and that’s waiting to see which exciting and new Trader Joe’s products will drop for the new season. Every year, Trader Joe’s releases new, limited-edition products that are only around for the season. If the products are a hit, they may bring them back the following year or they may choose to try something else entirely. Either way, it’s an exciting time for us Trader Joe’s fans. 

This year, Trader Joe’s June Fearless Flyer spotlights a slew of summer-friendly products — some brand-new to TJ’s, others making their triumphant return. Check out all of the new summertime faves that you should stock up on before they’re gone. 

Organic Jalapeño Limeade

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Trader Joe’s Instagram fan accounts can’t get enough of Trader Joe’s Organic Jalapeño Limeade. New to the store for $2.29 a bottle, this refreshing drink isn’t too spicy, but it’s spicy enough to liven up your margarita.

Watermelon Cucumber Cooler

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Trader Joe’s Watermelon Cucumber Cooler, $3.49, is not only delicious, but it’s also incredibly versatile: Drink it straight, pour it into a blender with watermelon chunks and make slushies with it, add a splash of vodka and make a cocktail. Go crazy… we did.

Zhoug Sauce

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Zhoug Sauce is back, baby. This cilantro-based sauce condiment pairs well with everything from eggs to ribeye steak. And for only $2.99 a tub, the options are virtually endless.

Dairy-Free Cheddar Style Slices

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These dairy-free, “cultured-cashew ‘cheese‘” slices launched in May, and since, they’ve been all the rage. “This not only gives each Slice a moderately sharp, Cheddar-like flavor but mellows its texture to a degree where it melts nice and evenly,” TJ’s writes.

Lemon Chess pie

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Brand-new to TJ’s, Lemon Chess Pie ($7.99) boasts a sweet-tart lemon custard in a rich shortbread crust. TJ’s recommends serving each slice with a dollop of whipped cream.

Patio Potato Chips

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Your next backyard barbecue needs this rule-breaking bag of potato chips. You see, Patio Potato Chips ($2.29) isn’t your ordinary bag of chips; this one’s comprised of four flavors: Sea Salt & Vinegar, Delicious Dill, Homestyle Ketchup, and Smokin’ Sweet BBQ.

Honey Aleppo Pepper Sauce

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Trader Joe’s Honey Aleppo Sauce ($3.99) is described as a sweet, savory, tangy and “slightly spicy” all-purpose sauce.

Cold Pressed Pineapple Juice

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What’s more refreshing than an ice-cold glass of cold-pressed pineapple juice during these sweltering-hot summer months?

Organic Sugar Cones

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In Episode 26 of Trader Joe’s podcast, Inside Trader Joe’s, hosts Tara Miller and Matt Sloan revealed seven other new products already available on shelves, including these organic sugar cones.

At $3.99 a box, these cones are made with organic wheat flour, organic dark brown sugar, and organic coconut oil, and they pair great with TJ’s Ultra Chocolate Super Premium Ice Cream.

Turkeyless Protein Patty

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Available in the refrigerated section is TJ’s new Turkeyless Protein Patty, which according to Miller, tastes just like a turkey burger. Or, you can pair the patty with another new item, the Lemony Arugula Basil Salad Kit.

Lemony Arugula Basil Salad Kit

This bright, acidic, salad kit is comprised of arugula, carrots, almonds, and parmesan cheese with a basil lemon vinaigrette — and, according to Sloan, is a “great combo” with the Turkeyless Protein Patty.

Cauliflower Thin

Trader Joe’s has no shortage of bread substitutes, and this month, they’ve added two new versatile subs: Cauliflower Thins and their Jicama Wrap.

Jicama Wrap

“The one that I’m fascinated by, which right now I don’t think is available in every store, are the Jicama Wraps cause it’s literally just very thinly sliced jicama that looks like a corn tortilla. It has 15 calories and three grams of carbs in two wraps,” Miller said.

Baton Wafer Cookies (Vanilla, Chocolate & Lemon)

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Here’s a Baton Wafer Trio Post($1.99 each)!! I was so excited to see the 💫 new lemon 🍋 wafers and had to try them! They are light, crispy and taste more like Meyer lemons 😋 If you love lemon you will like these! The chocolate & vanilla wafers are also great with coffee/tea or in an ice cream sundae 🍨 Please check out my stories ⬆️ and Highlights for even more TJ’s items as well as new & fav kitchen items & swipe up to find out more info ❤️ 🙏🏻 #traderjoesfans #cookies #lemon #vanilla #chocolate #new #yas #love #dessert #yum #nom #sundae #groceryshopping #traderjoesobsessed #traderjoeslove #traderjoesfinds #traderjoesrocks #traderjoes #traderjoesdoesitagain #traderjoeshaul #traderjoesinsider #traderjoesmusthaves #traderjoesfan #traderjoes #sweets #cookies

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At $1.99 each, why wouldn’t you pick up all three baton wafer cookie flavors?

Spicy Salami Chips

Don’t let “chips” fool you, Sloan says: This product is located in the refrigerator section. “Like a nice light summer lager would be a fantastic pairing with those little salami chips,” he recommends.

Before you go, check out our complete ranking of Trader Joe’s cold brew coffees in the gallery below:

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