I wonder if the kindergarteners would know better than to use that extra apostrophe?
I assume part of the reason they don't reveal their manufacturers is because those same manufacturers sell their (brand name, not Trader Joe's label) products for significantly more than TJ's does. For instance, Stoneyfield makes some of their full-fat yogurts (bananas and cream, blueberries and cream, those little six packs that are very similar to the Stoneyfield Yo-Baby six packs). The six packs of Yo-Baby sit right next to their Trader Joe's counterparts at Trader Joe's, for a dollar more per six pack, and they're priced even higher at Kroger. I'm pretty sure Amy's makes some of their Indian and Mexican-themed frozen meals, too.
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