TRADER Joe fans are thrilled to learn their favorite snack is back on the shelves.
Some customers were devastated when the grocer discontinued Horchata ice cream following its launch last summer.
However, The US Sun has confirmed with a Trader Joe’s employee at a local store that the item is now back on shelves.
A customer discovered the return via a Reddit threat and shared a photo – sending fans into euphoria.
One said: “The horchata ice cream is so good. I regret that I only got one last year.”
Another wrote on Twitter: “Horchata ice cream from Trader Joe’s… I’ll actually never get any other ice cream again.”
And a third fan said: “The horchata ice cream turned my stomach! But it was worth it lol.”
The item is listed online and is sold in pint format for $3.79.
In addition to the horchata flavor, the other ingredients of the ice cream include cane sugar, milk, cream, palm kernel oil, brown rice flour and cinnamon.
Trader Joe’s recommends consuming the treat right after a Mexican meal.
However, it seems that customers are in a hurry to buy these.
The store employee said that there are only “a few” more horchata ice cream flavors left.
So it is possible that your store is even sold out.
DISCONTINUED ITEMS AT TRADER JOE’S
But unfortunately there is bad news for Trader Joe fans as the company has discontinued the favourites.
This includes the vegan ranch crunch salad, which fans have dubbed “pure heartbreak.”
It was a kit that included kale, romaine lettuce, kale, roasted onions, roasted sunflower seeds, carrots, and green onions.
Another product off the shelf is tabbouleh-style hummus.
It consisted of tomato pieces, parsley, onions, mint and some lemon.
The Thai Sweet Chili Veggie Burger, made from a mix of Asian vegetables and rice, is also gone.
And Trader Joe’s has discontinued the Super Greens Powder Smoothie Mix.
In addition, The US Sun reports on three other articles that the company has discontinued.
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