There’s only a 30-cent price difference between TJ’s organic and original lemonades, making the organic version a steal. But costing at least $2.69, both options pale in comparison to the $1.76 you could pay elsewhere for your favorite summer sipper. Check out these other 11 things Trader Joe’s employees wish you knew.
At first glance, the nutrition facts on a Trader Joe’s burrito don’t look too terrible: 300 calories, nine grams of fat, and 790 milligrams of sodium in one pollo asado wrap. But take a closer look and you’ll notice that’s only for half a burrito. Unless you have incredible self-control, you’re better off loading up corn tortillas with some homemade fillings to keep the stats down. On the flip side, here are the 7 reasons why Trader Joe’s is usually so cheap.