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    A TRADER Joe's superfan has revealed the three products she will never buy at the store - and it's not about the price. TikToker @kelseysfoodreviews has amassed 1.2million followers thanks to her reviews of the items at the beloved grocery store. 3TikToker @kelseysfoodreviews has revealed the three items she will never buy at Trader Joe'sCredit: TikTok/@kelseysfoodreviews 3Kelsey has amassed 1.2million followers thanks to her reviews of the fan-favorite grocery storeCredit: Getty The first item Kelsey won't buy at the store's Seville Orange marmalade, which she claims is "extremely sour and does not taste like oranges." The second item she stays away from "at all costs" are the champagne gummies. "They smell like vomit and they taste like vomit," Kelsey tells her followers. Lastly, the Trader Joe's superfan recommends to "never ever buy the queso" at the store. Read More in Lifestyle MOMMY ISSUES I have 4 babies under 4 –I was pregnant with twins 5 MONTHS after giving birthBUGS BE GONE I'm a DIY pro - keep bugs out of your home this summer with a cleaning product "It tastes...
    A TRADER Joe’s worker has revealed that meat is the most stolen item. The unnamed Redditor, who apparently works in a store in downtown Chicago, claims it’s harder for shoplifters to pinch a bottle of wine. 1A Trader Joe's worker has revealed that meat is the item that's stolen the most from the storeCredit: Getty The worker said the vacuum-packed steaks can be “pocketed easily” into thieves’ pockets. He added: “Shoplifters tend to think we watch the alcohol more but it’s harder to steal a bottle of wine than a pound of ground beef.” He also revealed that some Trader Joe’s stores have crew members on the lookout, while others have security guards. And, the worker claimed that he catches shoplifters almost every day. read more on trader joe'sNOT-AVERAGE I used to work at Trader Joe’s - here's why there are so many employees thereFOOD FOR THOUGHT I work at Trader Joe's - there’s one product I can't live without Dozens of Redditors have bombarded the employee with a series of questions on the thread. One person asked: “What is...
    TRADER Joe's fans know grocery shopping can quickly become a massive spree, but you can stop that from happening with this simple formula. Dietician Olivia Ashton shared her secret to conquering the aisles of Trader Joe's without going overboard. 3Food expert Olivia Ashton revealed the only items you need from Trader Joe's to have a fully stocked fridgeCredit: TikTok 3Ashton starts her grocery shopping with seven items from the meat and produce aislesCredit: TikTok "When you open your fridge and realize you have nothing in it, use this formula to restock," Ashton explained in a TikTok that's raked in over a million views. She starts off by grabbing four proteins: greek yogurt, pork tenderloin, hard-boiled eggs, and frozen turkey burgers. "One for breakfast, one for lunch and dinner, one for snacks, and a frozen option to keep on hand," she explained. Then she said to grab three different colored vegetables and added that they can be either fresh or frozen. Ashton opted for Brussel sprouts, baby carrots, and cauliflower. Next, she added two ready-to-eat meals,...
    TRADER Joe's is universally loved by millennials everywhere as the brand offers quality food for cheap - and it's about to get even more love. Addison Jarman, who shares plenty of hacks on her social media channels, has revealed that Trader Joe's has a "try before you buy" policy. 4A TikTok star revealed that Trader Joe's lets you try their products before buying it 4You can simply ask an employee In a video where she played out a conversation between a customer and a Trader Joe's employee, the blonde TikTok star shared the hack. As the customer, she told the employee that she wanted to try a product before actually buying it. The employee then shared that Trader Joe's has a "try before you buy" policy that lets customers taste test any of their foods. "What foods can I try?" she asked her employee version, who replied that customers can try "anything we can open up and taste is a go." After revealing this genius hack, many Trader Joe's employees revealed in the comment section of...
    In this article GEVIDEO2:4602:46Trading Nation: How to play the clean energy tradeTrading NationPresident Biden's infrastructure plan is a boon for clean energy, and one unsuspecting winner could be General Electric. The company's investments in wind turbines are beginning to challenge Siemens and Vestas Wind Systems among others. CEO Larry Culp has made renewable energy a big priority – GE projects the segment will post revenue growth in the mid-single digits for full year 2021. Shares have risen 23% so far this year, triple the gains for the S&P 500.   Bill Baruch, president of Blue Line Futures, says the charts suggest further upside.   "I'm looking at a lot of good technicals here," Baruch told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Thursday. GE "last year made a new low but it held that 2009 low. It's recovered strongly and you've got this wedge right now that's really consolidating and it's holding the 50-day moving average very well." Zoom In IconArrows pointing outwards Now, it needs to move out of this consolidation phase, says Baruch. "If it can move out above this wedge,...
    Biden administration gives major push to giant offshore wind farm Female Eagle Scouts: For the first time, girls were eligible to be Eagle Scouts -- and nearly 1,000 earned the elite rank © Provided by INSIDER Shoppers wear face masks while practicing social distancing at Trader Joe's in Emeryville, California, in April. Shannon Stapleton/Reuters A Trader Joe's shopper in Texas forced his way into the store without a mask. Texas lifted its mask mandate, but stores can impose their own policies. Workers have already seen a backlash as some customers refuse to accept store policies on masks. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. A Trader Joe's customer accused the grocer of violating Texas state law, after employees denied the man entry without a mask. Load Error The situation highlights how the state's new rules have put many frontline workers in a vulnerable position, as they are forced to impose corporate rules without the support of the government. Last week, Texas became the largest state to lift its mask mandate. On Tuesday, Gov. Greg...
    Trader Joe's Unexpected Cheddar won best cheese at the chain's 12th Annual Customer Choice Awards. Savanna Swain-Wilson for Insider Shoppers vote on their favorite products during Trader Joe's annual Customer Choice Awards. This year, the Unexpected Cheddar won best cheese for the seventh time.  This product is delicious and completely worth the hype. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Trader Joe's shoppers are known for their loyalty to their favorite products, which is why it's unsurprising — if not somewhat ironic — that the Unexpected Cheddar won best cheese for the seventh year in a row during the chain's 12th Annual Customer Choice Awards. First introduced in 2011, this year-round best seller combines the boldness of aged cheddar with the nutty nuance of rich, Italian parmesan. This year, the fan-favorite cheese took the top spot over worthy competitors like the blueberry-and-vanilla chevre, the creamy Toscano soaked in Syrah, and the baked lemon ricotta.  After first trying this option for my roundup of Trader Joe's award-winning products, I am now a proud member of the Unexpected Cheddar fan club...
    VIDEO4:2904:29Trading Nation: Bitcoin continues to rise — Two experts on how to trade the cryptocurrencyTrading Nation Bitcoin's record rally could hit a wall in 2021. Signs in the cryptocurrency's technical chart point to a 25%-30% sell-off that's likely to hit early in the new year, Miller Tabak chief market strategist Matt Maley told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Thursday. Bitcoin broke above the $23,000 level for the first time on Thursday, building on a massive, 215% year-to-date rally. "There's no question it's been a melt-up, and it could last a little bit longer," Maley said. "I think on a short-term basis it could continue a little bit longer, and I'm very bullish on it on a very long-term basis. But intermediate term, I'm a lot more concerned than I think a lot of other people." Part of the problem is the market's excess liquidity, Maley said. Over the summer, that sideline money fueled the mega-cap tech rally; now that those stocks have stabilized, it's driving bitcoin, he said. "The problem is it's now taken the weekly [relative strength] chart on bitcoin...
    VIDEO4:2204:22Trading Nation: Peloton vs. Planet FitnessTrading Nation Two exercise stocks are on the run this quarter. Peloton, up nearly 29% since Oct. 1, has soared as some states reimposed Covid-19 restrictions amid rising case counts. Planet Fitness, up over 19% in the same time frame, has climbed on reopening hopes as the Covid vaccine rollout begins. With New Year's resolutions right around the corner and the timing of the reopening still up in the air, it's worth taking a closer look at the fitness trade to see what might work in 2021, two traders say. Mark Tepper, president and CEO of Strategic Wealth Partners, said it may soon be time to flip the script. "As I look forward to 2021, I would begin to look to rotate out of Peloton into Planet Fitness," he told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Tuesday. "I'm not doing it today, not at this price," he added. "I get really interested in Planet Fitness in the low 60s." Planet Fitness shares closed down almost 4% at $73.15 on Tuesday. And though the $60s may seem far...
    VIDEO2:5002:50Trading Nation: Cisco set to report earnings after the bell — Here's what to expectTrading Nation This quarter may be a turning point for Cisco Systems. Shares of the legacy technology giant fell 2% to around $38.50 heading into the company's Thursday earnings report after the bell as investors braced for yet another disappointment. Cisco's stock plunged after each of its last two earnings reports, now down more than 18% from when it reported its third straight quarterly revenue drop in August. Cisco forecast between $0.69 and $0.71 in earnings per share and between $11.7 billion and $11.9 billion in revenue, according to FactSet. Bill Baruch, the president and founder of Blue Line Capital and Blue Line Futures, said he "wasn't enthusiastic" about Cisco heading into the report. "If you're looking for value in tech, this is it," he told CNBC's "Trading Nation" on Thursday, citing Cisco's price-to-earnings multiple — comparatively low for the tech industry at around 14.6 times forward earnings — and its nearly 4% dividend yield. "On a charting basis, there is some support to believe in...
    Trader Joe's isn't removing branding that was labelled 'racist' in a recent petition, despite earlier saying they recognize names such as Trader Ming's and Trader Jose may have had the 'opposite' effect of the 'welcoming customer experience' they strive for. The petition was first launched in early July and has amassed more than 5,000 signatures, but after reports the company was rebranding the products, they have clarified that will not be the case. 'We disagree that any of these labels are racist. We do not make decisions based on petitions,' the brand wrote on its website. 'We make decisions based on what customers purchase, as well as the feedback we receive from our customers and Crew Members. If we feel there is need for change, we do not hesitate to take action.' Trader Joe's isn't removing brand names that were labelled 'racist' in a recent petition The California-based grocer had at least six brands that used popular or common names from various other countries to sell products, including Mexican beer 'Trader José Premium' (left). Trader Joe's has Chinese-inspired...
    Protesters in Bristol, England, took matters into their hands and tore down the statue of a slave trader, then threw the statue into the harbor. The protesters joined the tens of thousands of others across the U.K. who have gathered to lend their voices to global Black Lives Matter protests. However, the Bristol protest took things a step further with the dismantling of the Edward Colston statue. Protesters pulling down the statue of slave trader Edward Colston in Bristol, England, on Sunday. (Ben Birchall/PA via AP) Using ropes, the protesters were able to pull the bronze statue from its foundations. At least one protester posed for photos while kneeling on the statue’s neck, a reference to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody, which helped spark global protests against police brutality. Protesters throwing the statue of slave trader Edward Colston into the Bristol harbor. (Ben Birchall/PA via AP) Protesters then dragged the statue through the city streets to the harbor, where they threw the statue into the water. The empty space the statue...
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