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Trader Joe's Organic Stone Ground Salt & Pepper Dark Chocolate Traditional Mexican Style Chocolate Stone Milled in Small Batches

3.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces
  • ASIN: B00931IMT8
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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As the product page doesnt specify the amount you recieve I cant comment but if it is only one wheel this is robbery via amazon. The price fluctuates but they are about $3.50 a wheel.

The product its self is specatular! Not exactly spicy but the pepper does come through. It gives more of a warm sensation that outright heat. The salt and the courser grind of chocolate is a fun and interesting texture. Being dairy allergic I adore anything that reminds me of salted carmels. I sit this attop some lightly warmed vegan carmel for a real treat. I hear its great dipped in olive oil which i'll try next.
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On Saturday I looked for this at my local Trader Joe's; I bought one a month or two ago and really liked it. I don't remember the price, but it seemed identical to much more expensive brand name product.
Couldn't find it so I asked at the desk. I was told that they had discontinued the product at all TJ's stores due to lack of customer demand. I wonder if it was really that the supplier decided against continuing to sell to an outlet that undercut the price of the branded product.
I wonder if this offer is priced to reflect that there is limited supply.
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$15 fot ONE!!! What a rip off. The chocolate is the same as Taza pepper and salt, at $7 a wheel (with shipping) it's expensive, but half this.
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I have no problem with Trader Joe's selling Mexican products, but why does it sell imported products from Mexico when American farm workers produce the same products? For example, most other grocery stores sell tomatoes grown in the US. Trader Joe's buys tomatoes from Mexico and sells them as their own brand.
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